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Plato, Republic, Book 4, section 443d (search)
Gorgias 504. within himself,Cf. 621 C and on 352 A. and having harmonizedThe harmony of the three parts of the soul is compared to that of the three fundamental notes or strings in the octave, including any intervening tones, and so by implication any faculties of the soul overlooked in the preceding classification. Cf. Plutarch, Plat. Quest. 9. Proclus, p. 230 Kroll.W(/SPER introduces the images, the exact application of which is pointed by A)TEXNW=S. Cf. on 343 C. The scholiast tries to make two octaves (DI\S DIA\ PASW=N) of it. The technical musical details have at the most an antiquarian interest, and in no way affect the thought, which is that of Shakespeare's “For government,
Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 505c (search)
org. 456 C-D, Phaedo 62 A. compelled to admit that there are bad pleasuresA distinct reference to Callicles' admission in Gorgias 499 BTA\S ME\N BELTI/OUS H(DONA/S, TA\S DE\ XEI/ROUS cf. 499 C, Rep. 561 C, and Phileb. 13 CPA/SAS O(MOI/AS EI)=NAI. Stenzel's notion (Studien zur Entw. d. Plat. Dialektik, p. 98) that in the PhilebusPlato “ist von dem Standpunkt des Staates 503 C weit entfernt” is uncritical. the Republic merely refers to the GorgiasTo show that the question is disputed and the disputants contradict themselves.?” “Most assuredly.” “The outcome is, I take it, that they are admi
Plato, Republic, Book 6, section 509d (search)
text. Too many commentators lose the meaning in their study of the imagery. Cf. the notes of Adam, Jowett, Campbell, and Apelt. See Introd. p. xxi for my interpretation of the passage. into two unequalSome modern and ancient critics prefer A)N' I)/SA. It is a little more plausible to make the sections unequal. But again there is doubt which shall be longer, the higher as the more honorable or the lower as the more multitudinous. Cf. Plut.Plat. Quest. 3. sections and cut each section again in the same ratio (the section, that is, of the visible and that of the intelligible order), and then as an expression of the ratio of their comparative clearness and obscurity you will have, as one of the sections