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The Laws (Part 5) - Plato

... the distribution, by buying and selling them to one another. For then neither will the God who gave you the lot be your friend, nor will the legislator; and indeed the law declares to the disobedient that these are the ...

The Apology - Plato

... witness shall be the God of Delphi, he will tell you about my wisdom, if I have any, and of what sort it is. You must have known Chaerephon; he was early a friend of mine, and also a friend of yours, for ...

The Republic (Book 8) - Plato

... sure, he said; and he will be able to trust them best of all. What a blessed creature, I said, must this tyrant be; he has put to death the others and has these for his trusted friends. Yes, he said; they ...

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Sophist (Full Text) - Plato

... see things at a distance only. STRANGER And the wish of all of us, who are your friends, is and always will be to bring you as near to the truth as we can without the sad reality. ...

The Republic (Book 2) - Plato

... is very charming; --your dog is a true philosopher. Why? Why, because he distinguishes the face of a friend and of an enemy only by the criterion of knowing and not knowing. And must not an animal be a lover of learning who ...

The Republic (Book 6) - Plato

... have a true knowledge of them. That, he said, is a shrewd suspicion of yours. And if we only have a guardian who has this knowledge our State will be perfectly ordered? Of course, he replied; but I wish that you would tell me ...

The Republic (Book 7: The Allegory of the Cave) - Plato

... lovers, and they will fight. [Glaucon] No question. [Socrates] Who then are those whom we shall compel to be guardians? Surely they will be the men who are wisest about affairs of State, and by whom the State is best ...

Symposium (Full Text) - Plato

... to prevent him, but now there is no friend who will be ashamed of him and admonish him, and no enemy will charge him with meanness or flattery; the actions of a lover have a grace which ennobles them; and custom has ...

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Phaedo (Full Text) - Plato

... we too are entitled to share. Moreover, if you succeed in convincing us, that will be an answer to the charge against yourself. I will do my best, replied Socrates. But you must first let me hear what Crito wants; he ...

Phaedrus (Full Text) - Plato

... you make a feast you should invite not your friend, but the beggar and the empty soul; for they will love you, and attend you, and come about your doors, and will be the best pleased, and the most grateful, and ...

Grief And Oblivion (Chap. 1) - Marcel Proust

... think of the immensity of mine. My dear old boy, I do not wish to become your enemy, it will be bad enough to become by degrees, and very soon, a stranger to you; and so, as I ...

Alcibiades (Full Text) - Plato

... with myrrh, the multitudes of attendants, and all the other bravery of the Persians, you will be ashamed when you discern your own inferiority; or if you look at the temperance and orderliness and ease and grace ...

The Republic (Book 9) - Plato

... no money with the solid advantages of gold and silver? True, he said. And the lover of honour --what will be his opinion? Will he not think that the pleasure of riches is vulgar, while the pleasure of learning, ...

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New England Reformers - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... like asking him, What right have you, sir, to your one virtue? Is virtue piecemeal? This is a jewel amidst the rags of a beggar. In another way the right will be vindicated. In the midst of abuses, in the heart of ...

Life Of Marcus Cato - Plutarch

... word and deed, that was worth the hearing. He looked upon a good table as the best place for making friends; where the commendations of brave and good citizens were usually introduced, and little said of ...

Life Of Numa Pompilius - Plutarch

... more valuable fame of virtue, yet you will consider that government itself is a service of God, who now calls out into action your qualities of justice and wisdom, which were not meant to be left useless and unemployed. Cease, therefore ...

Best Speech You Will Ever Hear - Gary Yourofsky

... the cows are going through. Keep in mind, veganism isn't about your health - that will be selfish. I'm trying to get people to be unselfish, for a change. To be altruistic, do something kind for somebody else and when you do that ...

The Old School Pervert - Twiztid Play

... breeze Relax ninja take it with ease The maze is a place of magic Many surprises, your dick rises Lay down expect the best In comes your lover with a hairy chest Hello sexy I'm grim love Let me have a look at ...

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Middle-English Arthurian Romance - Anonymous

... wood shall be yours, and whatever may fall to your share, that shall ye exchange for it. Let us swear, friend, to make this exchange, however our hap may be, for worse or for better." "I grant ye your will," quoth ...

Theaetetus (Full Text) - Plato

... to swear to his words; and we are perfectly sure that no one will be found to impugn him. Do not be shy then, but stand to your word. THEAETETUS: I suppose I must, if you wish it. SOCRATES: In the first ...

The Laws (Part 2) - Plato

... or of acting? [Cleinias] Possibly. [Athenian] But, my dear friend, let us distinguish between different cases, and not be hasty in forming a judgment: One way of considering the question will be to imagine a festival at which there are entertainments of ...

The Republic (Book 3) - Plato

... spirit, not the words to the foot and melody. To say what these rhythms are will be your duty --you must teach me them, as you have already taught me the harmonies. But, ...

Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... manoeuvring, so as always to bring two men against one at the point of engagement, will be an overmatch for a much larger body of men. The times, his constitution, and his early ...

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The Conduct of Life (Chap. 6) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... favor. When I come to my own, we shall both know it. Nothing will be to be asked or to be granted.' Benedict went out to seek his friend, and met him on the way; but he expressed no surprise at ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 14) - Frederick Douglass

... responsible for all the evils which grow out of the horrid relation, and I believe they will be so held at the judgment, in the sight of a just God. Make a man a slave, and ...

Flight of Albertine(Chap. 3) - Marcel Proust

... few days, to tell Bloch to send his cousin Esther to the place where you will be staying, he will do that for me.? ?I don?t know why you say that? (I had said it in an ...

Life Of Pelopidas - Plutarch

... confusion again, as Ptolemy had murdered the king, and seized the government: but the king's friends sent for Pelopidas, and he being willing to interpose in the matter, but having no soldiers of his own, enlisted some mercenaries ...

Life Of Phocion - Plutarch

... expedition against the Boeotians, he at first opposed it; and on his friends telling him the people would kill him for always running counter to them, "That will be unjust of them," he said, "if I give them honest advice, if ...

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Life Of Solon - Plutarch

... his estate in doing benefits and kindnesses to other men, though he had friends enough that were willing to contribute to his relief, yet was ashamed to be beholden to others, since he was descended from a family who were accustomed ...

WHY (ARE WE STILL FRIENDS) - 98 Degrees Play

... why [chorus] I don't wanna be like your brother i don't wanna be your best friend i only wanna be your lover when will this end if i told you that i wanna be in your life then you could be the woman in mine ...

Listen To Me - Mocca Play

... any trouble at all Stay. stay with me I will be your best friend I will be your guiding light Stay. stay with me I will be your lover I will be your everything Hey honey Listen to me carefully All the thing that ...

Othello 1.3 - William Shakespeare

... It is merely a lust of the blood and a permission of 340 the will. Come, be a man. Drown thyself! drown cats and blind puppies. I have professed me thy friend and I confess me knit to thy deserving with cables of perdurable toughness ...

Venus and Adonis - William Shakespeare

... Venus' eye. Which after him she darts, as one on shore Gazing upon a late-embarked friend, Till the wild waves will have him seen no more, Whose ridges with the meeting clouds contend: So did the ...

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Jude the Obscure (Chap. 4.5) - Thomas Hardy

... ! And I shall never forget it, never!" "But by your own wish, dear Sue, we are only to be friends, not lovers! It is so very inconsistent of you to?" "Friends can be jealous!" "I don't see that. You concede nothing to ...

Friend or Foe - Prophet

... out there beggin for jobs Pointing fingers at others pretendin it's not their fault It's your world follow your own wisdom Or your brain will be filled with disappointment like a prison Now listen and invision A place without other rappers or ...

Lana Del Rey Themes, Motifs, and Cross-References - Lana Del Rey

... 's always wanting more Buyin' diamond jewelry Diamonds and pearls, your little girl Direct reference to "Fake Diamond" One day, my hoops will be made of diamonds Diamonds are my bestest friend She laughs like God Her mind's like a diamond Um ...

House-Warming - Henry David Thoreau

... a house as I have described, if I were going their way; but backing out of a modern palace will be all that I shall desire to learn, if ever I am caught in one It would seem ...

For Esmé - with Love and Squalor - J.D. Salinger

... listen to Hope on the radio, hey," Clay said, keeping his distance but trying to be friendly over it. "It'll do ya good. I mean it." "You go ahead, Clay. . . . I'll look ...

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The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 6.2) - Thucydides

... rest, they think, will easily follow. Make up your minds, therefore, to see them speedily here, and see how you can best repel them with the means under your hand, and do be taken off your guard through despising the ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 6.3) - Thucydides

... who drove me forth, not, if you will be guided by me, from your service; my worst enemies are not you who only harmed your foes, but they who forced their friends to become enemies; and love of country is ...

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