Gorgias by Plato
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Plato Gorgias

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[Gorgias] [1578] SOCRATES: Laws and institutions also have no beauty in them except in so
[Gorgias] [2069] harm another, whether an enemy or not--I except the case of self-defence--
[Gorgias] [2397] slaves and nondescripts, who are of no use except perhaps for their