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Plato, Minos, section 316a (search)
SocratesAnd are they so considered among all men elsewhere as they are here?CompanionYes.SocratesAnd among the Persians also?CompanionAmong the Persians also.SocratesAlways, I presume?CompanionAlways.SocratesAre things that weigh more considered heavier here, and things that weigh less lighter, or the contrary?CompanionNo, those that weigh more are considered heavier, and those that weigh less lighter.SocratesAnd is it so in Carthage also, and in Lycaea?CompanionYes.SocratesNoble things, it would seem, are everywhere considered noble,