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  • all-round view from hand-books. The following are specially recommended: Plato: Republic, especially Books VI and VII. Translated by Davies and Vaughan. Golden
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  • principal virtues on which conduct in general depends. Socrates and Plato (see Republic, iv. 427) take these to be Prudence, Courage (or Fortitude), Temperance
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  • 1854-1904; records of its history and its work for fifty years (1904) [8] Plato, The Republic (nd) [9] "Death of Mr. Llewelyn Davies, Scholar and Liberal Churchman"
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  • Plato in "The Republic" puts together in a system the four virtues adopted later, with modifications by St. Thomas. (In "The Laws", Bk. I, 631, Plato
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  • involves a purely natural scheme of divine justice and of redemption. (Plato, Republic, X, 614b.) It was through Origen that the Platonist doctrine of the
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  • duodecim scriptorum, the “twelve-line game”) was known to the Romans, and Plato (Republic, bk. x.) alludes to a game in which dice were thrown and men were placed
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  • opinion. With the exception of an essay on ‘The Theory of Education in Plato's Republic’ contributed to the volume entitled ‘Hellenica’ edited by Mr. Evelyn
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  • insolent person referred to in To Theodorus, Letter 16, as having slighted Julian's wishes. These men are otherwise unknown. Cf. Plato, Republic 489a.
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  • most of those which are now in use must be discarded.' Plato, Republic 'The Dialogues of Plato, Jowett trans., Ox. Univ. Press 1953) vol. 2, p. 221. Hobbes
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  • lacuna of several words. Cf. Plato, Republic 382 d. A proverb for forced laughter, cf. Odyssey 22. 302; Plato, Republic 337 a. Hellebore, supposed to
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  • the Rev. John Llewelyn Davies (b. 1826)— also a well-known Cambridge scholar and Broad Churchman — of a well-known translation of Plato's Republic.
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  • problem (Ed.) (1895) external link The Education of the Young in the Republic of Plato translated from Books 2,3 and 4(1901) external link Psychology of
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  • which all pursue, and for the sake of which they always act", says Plato (Republic, I, vi). His disciple Aristotle repeats the same idea in other words
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  • to Guauni, to Traversari, to Pallas Strozzi. He also translated Plato's "Republic" into Latin. Finally he is the author of the first modern Greek grammar
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  • born about half a century, Plutarch nearly five centuries, later than Plato. Republic, VII. 529, 530. Confused, because the mechanical knowledge of the
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  • and Magnentius. A quotation from the other's letter. Crito 44d. Plato, Republic 617e. The Senate; for the phrase ἐργαστήριον πολέμου cf. Xenophon
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  • amalgamate Plato’s Republic with the Christian ideal of human brotherhood. The image of Jesus was crowned along with those of Pythagoras, Plato and Aristotle
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  • was inspired by the Cretan experiment, so Plato was impressed by the achievement of Lycurgus. His "Republic" describes an ideal commonwealth in which
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  • published works include: De Platonis Idearum Doctrina (1884); The Idea of God in Plato's Republic (1895); and an edition of the Odes of Horace (1898).
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  • published ‘De Platonis Idearum Doctrina’ (1884); ‘The Idea of Good in Plato's Republic’ (1895); ‘The Odes and Epodes of Horace’ (1898; revised ed. with Laing
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