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Plato, Laws, Book 7, section 796b (search)
when we reach this point in our legislation—that the latter should impart these lessons gently, and the former receive them gratefully. Nor should we omit such mimic dances as are fitting for use by our choirs,—for instance, the sword-dance of the CuretesPriests of the Idaean Zeus. here in Crete, and that of the DioscoriCastor and Pollux. in Lacedaemon; and at Athens, too, our Virgin-LadyAthene. gladdened by the pastime of the dance deemed it not seemly to sport with empty han
Plato, Laws, Book 10, section 885c (search)
CliniasWhat, then, shall we do or say to such people?AthenianLet us listen first, my good sir, to what they, as I imagine, say mockingly, in their contempt for us.CliniasWhat is it?AthenianIn derision they would probably say this: “O Strangers of Athens, Lacedaemon and Crete, what you say is true. Some of us do not believe in gods at all; others of us believe in gods of the kinds you mention. So we claim now, as you claimed in the matter of laws
Plato, Laws, Book 10, section 886b (search)
that their souls are impelled to that impious life of theirs.CliniasWhat other cause can there be, Stranger, besides this?AthenianOne which you, who live elsewhere, could hardly have any knowledge of or notice at all.CliniasWhat is this cause you are now speaking of?AthenianA very grievous unwisdom which is reputed to be the height of wisdom.CliniasWhat do you mean?AthenianWe at Athens have accountsBy Hesiod, Pherecydes, etc. preserved in writing (though, I am told, such do not exist in your country, owing to the excellence of your polity),
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