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We will beg Homer and the other poets not to be angry if we cancel those and all similar passages, not that they are not poetic and pleasingCf. Theaetetus 177 COU)K A)HDE/STERA A)KOU/EIN. to most hearers, but because the more poetic they are the less are they suited to the ears of boys and men who are destined to be free and to be more afraid of slavery than of death.” “By all means.”“Then we must further taboo in these matters the entire vocabulary of terror and fear, CocytusMilton's words, which I have borrowed, are the best expression of Plato's thought.