93Læsere5Boghylder
0Vurderinger
329Citater

Citater fra »The Complete Works of Plato« af Plato

Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
fond of the state, or, in other words, of us her laws (and who would care about a state which has no laws?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
This, dear Crito, is the voice which I seem to hear murmuring in my ears, like the sound of the flute in the ears of the mystic; that voice, I say, is humming in my ears, and prevents me from hearing any other.
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
SOCRATES: Leave me then, Crito, to fulfil the will of God, and to follow whither he leads.
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
when he has become of age and has seen the ways of the city
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
But he who has experience of the manner in which we order justice and administer the state, and still remains, has entered into an implied contract that he will do as we command him.
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
Will you, O professor of true virtue, pretend that you are justified in this?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
Has a philosopher like you failed to discover that our country is more to be valued and higher and holier far than mother or father or any ancestor, and more to be regarded in the eyes of the gods and of men of understanding?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
we further proclaim to any Athenian by the liberty which we allow him
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
‘Well then, since you were brought into the world and nurtured and educated by us, can you deny in the first place that you are our child and slave, as your fathers were before you?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
Do you imagine that a state can subsist and not be overthrown, in which the decisions of law have no power, but are set aside and trampled upon by individuals
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
those who are agreed and those who are not agreed upon this point have no common ground, and can only despise one another when they see how widely they differ
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
SOCRATES: Nor when injured injure in return, as the many imagine; for we must injure no one at all?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
Are all our former admissions which were made within a few days to be thrown away? And have we, at our age, been earnestly discoursing with one another all our life long only to discover that we are no better than children
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
for I highly value your attempts to persuade me to do so, but I may not be persuaded against my own better judgment.
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
doctrines of the multitude, who would be as ready to restore people to life, if they were able, as they are to put them to death—and with as little reason
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
SOCRATES: And will life be worth having, if that higher part of man be destroyed, which is improved by justice and depraved by injustice?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
if, acting under the advice of those who have no understanding, we destroy that which is improved by health and is deteriorated by disease, would life be worth having?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
shall we not destroy and injure that principle in us which may be assumed to be improved by justice and deteriorated by injustice;—there is such a principle?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
SOCRATES: And the opinions of the wise are good, and the opinions of the unwise are evil?
Jan No
Jan Nohar citeretsidste år
For I am and always have been one of those natures who must be guided by reason,
bookmate icon
Én betaling. Stakkevis af bøger
Du køber ikke bare en bog. Du køber et helt bibliotek… til samme pris!
fb2epub
Træk og slip dine filer (ikke mere end 5 ad gangen)