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Herrick (Utah, United States) (search for this): book 1, section 343b
the good of the sheep and the cattle and fatten and tend them with anything else in view than the good of their masters and themselves; and by the same token you seem to suppose that the rulers in our cities, I mean the real rulers,Thrasymachus's real rulers are the bosses and tyrsnts. Socrates' true rulers are the true kings of the Stoics and Ruskin, the true shepherds of Ruskin and Milton. differ at all in their thoughts of the governed from a man's attitude towards his sheepCf. Aristophanes Clouds 1203PRO/BAT' A)/LLWS, Herrick, “Kings ought to shear, not skin their sheep.” or that they think of anything else night and day t
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the good of the sheep and the cattle and fatten and tend them with anything else in view than the good of their masters and themselves; and by the same token you seem to suppose that the rulers in our cities, I mean the real rulers,Thrasymachus's real rulers are the bosses and tyrsnts. Socrates' true rulers are the true kings of the Stoics and Ruskin, the true shepherds of Ruskin and Milton. differ at all in their thoughts of the governed from a man's attitude towards his sheepCf. Aristophanes Clouds 1203PRO/BAT' A)/LLWS, Herrick, “Kings ought to shear, not skin their sheep.” or that they think of anything else night and day t
the rulers in our cities, I mean the real rulers,Thrasymachus's real rulers are the bosses and tyrsnts. Socrates' true rulers are the true kings of the Stoics and Ruskin, the true shepherds of Ruskin and Milton. differ at all in their thoughts of the governed from a man's attitude towards his sheepCf. Atrue shepherds of Ruskin and Milton. differ at all in their thoughts of the governed from a man's attitude towards his sheepCf. Aristophanes Clouds 1203PRO/BAT' A)/LLWS, Herrick, “Kings ought to shear, not skin their sheep.” or that they think of anything else night and day t
the good of the sheep and the cattle and fatten and tend them with anything else in view than the good of their masters and themselves; and by the same token you seem to suppose that the rulers in our cities, I mean the real rulers,Thrasymachus's real rulers are the bosses and tyrsnts. Socrates' true rulers are the true kings of the Stoics and Ruskin, the true shepherds of Ruskin and Milton. differ at all in their thoughts of the governed from a man's attitude towards his sheepCf. Aristophanes Clouds 1203PRO/BAT' A)/LLWS, Herrick, “Kings ought to shear, not skin their sheep.” or that they think of anything else night and day t