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Athens (Greece) (search for this): book 2, chapter 9
I remember that he once heard Criton say that life at Athens was difficult for a man who wanted to mind his own business. “At this moment,” Criton added, “actions are pending against me not because I have done the plaintiffs an injury, but because they think that I would sooner pay than have trouble.” “Tell me, Criton,” said Socrates, “do you keep dogs to fend the wolves from your sheep?”“Certainly,” replied Criton, “because it pays me better to keep them.”“Then why not keep a man who may be able and willing to fend off the attempts to injure you?”“I would gladly do so were I not afraid that he might turn on me.” “What? don't you see that it is much pleasanter to profit by humouring a man like you than by quarrelling with him? I assure you there are men in this city who would take pride in your friendship.” Thereupon they sought out Archedemus, an excellent speaker and man of affairs, but poor. For he was not one of those who make money unscrupulously,