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  • letters of Libanius it seems that Julian had appointed Seleucus to some high priestly office in 362. An echo of Plato, Euthyphro 13d; cf. Vol. 2, 289b.
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  • life' (Plato, Euthyphro, end), for he was always hoping to return to theology when he could escape from other labours but the translation of Plato had a
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  • great way: And the people undoubtedly went every length. Plato, Euthyphro, 5d-6b. Plato, Phaedo, 80d-e. Xenophon's conduct, as related by himself
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  • example, when we compare Xenophon's Memorabilia, iv. 6, 2-4, with Plato's Euthyphro, we note that, while in the former the interlocutor is led by a few
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  • University Press, 1892) Apology Charmides Cratylus Critias Crito Euthydemus Euthyphro Gorgias Ion Laches Laws Lesser Hippias Lysis Menexenus Meno Parmenides
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  • Euthyphro (c. 350 BCE)  by Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett 35649EuthyphroPlatoBenjamin Jowettc/350 BCE Introduction by Benjamin Jowett Persons
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  • initials "B. J." Apology Charmides Cratylus Critias Crito Euthydemus Euthyphro (1871) Ion Laches Laws Lysis Menexenus Meno Phaedrus Philebus Protagoras
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  • Euthyphro  (1892)  by Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett Translator's Introduction 1314717Euthyphro — Translator's IntroductionPlatoBenjamin Jowett1892
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  • will enforce it. This is a reformulation of the Euthyphro dilemma found in Plato's dialogue Euthyphro. — Excerpted from United States v. Willow River
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  • most apparent, and Plato's own peculiar doctrines are as yet but partially disclosed. The little dialogue known by the name of Euthyphro might have been
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  • Lysis, Laches, First and Second Alcibiades, Hippias Major and Minor, Ion, Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and even (against Aristotle’s explicit assertion) The
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  • dialogue, the 'Apology.' This was followed by the 'Crito' in 1888, the 'Euthyphro' in 1890, and (in conjunction with his wife) the 'Protagoras' in 1893
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  • obstetrics belong the two Alcibiades, Theages, Lysis and Laches, while the Euthyphro, Meno, Io, Charmides and Theaetetus illustrate the tentative method. In
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  • Laches Protagoras Euthydemus Cratylus Phaedrus Ion Symposium Vol. 2 Meno Euthyphro Apology Crito Phaedo Gorgias Appendix I Lesser Hippias (authenticity
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  • his knowledge of philology is derived from Euthyphro, the invention is really due to the imagination of Plato, and may be compared to the parodies of the
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  • Cratylus by Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett 135199CratylusPlatoBenjamin Jowett Persons of the Dialogue: Socrates, Hermogenes, Cratylus Hermogenes
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  • unless we are to take the Euthyphro as wholly ironical, some of the pious justified their conduct by the example of Zeus. Euthyphro quotes this example when
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  • Theaetetus about knowledge, he sent him away, as Plato says, fired with a divine impulse; but when Euthyphro had indicted his father for manslaughter, Socrates
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  • who also wrote historical and rhetorical works. 86. Heraclides, son of Euthyphro, born at Heraclea in the Pontus, was a wealthy man. At Athens he first
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  • Tyrrhenian inhabitants. Some indeed say that he was descended through Euthyphro, Hippasus and Marmacus from Cleonymus, who was exiled from Phlius, and
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