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1 Cf. on 552 A, Laws 922 E-923 A.
3 For refusing to enforce monetary contracts Cf. Laws 742 C, 849 E, 915 E, and Newman ii. p. 254 on Aristot.Pol. 1263 b 21.
4 Cf. What Plato Said, p. 483, on Laches 179 D, and Aristot.Pol. 1310 a 23.
5 Cf. 429 C-D, Laches 191 D-E, Laws 633 D.
6 Cf. Tucker on Aesch.Suppl. 726.
8 For a similar picture cf. Aristoph.Frogs 1086-1098. Cf. also Gorg. 518 C, and for the whole passage Xen.Mem. iii. 5. 15, Aristot.Pol. 1310 a 24-25.
9 The poor, though stronger, are too cowardly to use force. For κακίᾳ τῇ σφετέρᾳ cf. Lysias ii. 65κακίᾳ τῇ αὑτῶν, Rhesus 813-814τῇ Φρυγῶν κακανδρίᾳ, Phaedrus 248 B, Symp. 182 D, Crito 45 E, Eurip.Androm. 967, Aristoph.Thesm. 868τῇ κοράκων πονηρίᾳ.
11 Cf. Polyb. vi. 57. Montaigne, apudHöffding, i. 30 “Like every other being each illness has its appointed time of development and close—interference is futile,” with Tim. 89 B.
12 Cf. Thuc. i. 3, ii. 68, iv. 64, Herod. ii. 108.
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