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[Phaedo] [19] long time since any stranger from Athens has found his way hither; so that
[Phaedo] [39] to and from Delos, beginning when the priest of Apollo crowns the stern of
[Phaedo] [92] Euclid and Terpison, who came from Megara.
[Phaedo] [107] is not far from the prison. There we used to wait talking with one another
[Phaedo] [111] quitted the prison in the evening that the sacred ship had come from Delos,
[Phaedo] [117] entering we found Socrates just released from chains, and Xanthippe, whom
[Phaedo] [239] from his master, not considering that his duty is to remain to the end, and
[Phaedo] [240] not to run away from the good, and that there would be no sense in his
[Phaedo] [320] completion of this; when the soul exists in herself, and is released from
[Phaedo] [321] the body and the body is released from the soul, what is this but death?
[Phaedo] [344] the body? He would like, as far as he can, to get away from the body and
[Phaedo] [350] in every sort of way to dissever the soul from the communion of the body.
[Phaedo] [386] And in this the philosopher dishonours the body; his soul runs away from
[Phaedo] [420] soul hinder her from acquiring truth and knowledge--who, if not he, is
[Phaedo] [435] takes away from us the power of thinking at all. Whence come wars, and
[Phaedo] [436] fightings, and factions? whence but from the body and the lusts of the
[Phaedo] [442] confusion in our enquiries, and so amazing us that we are prevented from
[Phaedo] [450] till then, the soul will be parted from the body and exist in herself
[Phaedo] [472] And what is purification but the separation of the soul from the body, as I
[Phaedo] [474] into herself from all sides out of the body; the dwelling in her own place
[Phaedo] [476] of the soul from the chains of the body?
[Phaedo] [480] And this separation and release of the soul from the body is termed death?
[Phaedo] [485] soul. Is not the separation and release of the soul from the body their
[Phaedo] [550] Then all but the philosophers are courageous only from fear, and because
[Phaedo] [551] they are afraid; and yet that a man should be courageous from fear, and
[Phaedo] [560] in their desire to keep them, they abstain from some pleasures, because
[Phaedo] [576] which is made up of these goods, when they are severed from wisdom and
[Phaedo] [592] Simmias and Cebes, in not grieving or repining at parting from you and my
[Phaedo] [602] release from the body, issuing forth dispersed like smoke or air and in her
[Phaedo] [604] into herself after she has obtained release from the evils of which you are
[Phaedo] [623] doctrine which affirms that they go from hence into the other world, and
[Phaedo] [624] returning hither, are born again from the dead. Now if it be true that the
[Phaedo] [625] living come from the dead, then our souls must exist in the other world,
[Phaedo] [628] from the dead; but if this is not so, then other arguments will have to be
[Phaedo] [650] And the weaker is generated from the stronger, and the swifter from the
[Phaedo] [655] And the worse is from the better, and the more just is from the more
[Phaedo] [666] intermediate processes which are ever going on, from one to the other
[Phaedo] [677] and there is a passing or process from one to the other of them?
[Phaedo] [690] And these, if they are opposites, are generated the one from the other, and
[Phaedo] [710] And they are generated one from the other?
[Phaedo] [714] What is generated from the living?
[Phaedo] [718] And what from the dead?
[Phaedo] [722] Then the living, whether things or persons, Cebes, are generated from the
[Phaedo] [752] come from the dead, just as the dead come from the living; and this, if
[Phaedo] [772] distinguishable from the rest. Or if there were composition only, and no
[Phaedo] [777] other result could there be? For if the living spring from any other
[Phaedo] [786] truly is such a thing as living again, and that the living spring from the
[Phaedo] [812] recollection brought to my own recollection, and, from what Cebes has said,
[Phaedo] [837] Do not they, from knowing the lyre, form in the mind's eye an image of the
[Phaedo] [849] Well; and may you not also from seeing the picture of a horse or a lyre
[Phaedo] [850] remember a man? and from the picture of Simmias, you may be led to remember
[Phaedo] [859] And in all these cases, the recollection may be derived from things either
[Phaedo] [864] And when the recollection is derived from like things, then another
[Phaedo] [882] material things, such as pieces of wood and stones, and gather from them
[Phaedo] [883] the idea of an equality which is different from them? For you will
[Phaedo] [899] And yet from these equals, although differing from the idea of equality,
[Phaedo] [908] But that makes no difference; whenever from seeing one thing you conceived
[Phaedo] [947] From the senses then is derived the knowledge that all sensible things aim
[Phaedo] [954] standard the equals which are derived from the senses?--for to that they
[Phaedo] [957] No other inference can be drawn from the previous statements.
[Phaedo] [999] sight, or hearing, or some other sense, from that perception we are able to
[Phaedo] [1068] from the existence of the essence of which you speak. For there is nothing
[Phaedo] [1096] only from death and dying, must she not after death continue to exist,
[Phaedo] [1224] she is by herself and is not let or hindered; then she ceases from her
[Phaedo] [1231] inferred from this argument, as well as from the preceding one?
[Phaedo] [1299] and is released from the error and folly of men, their fears and wild
[Phaedo] [1384] form of man, and just and moderate men may be supposed to spring from them.
[Phaedo] [1391] the true votaries of philosophy abstain from all fleshly lusts, and hold
[Phaedo] [1402] when philosophy offers them purification and release from evil, they feel
[Phaedo] [1418] to retire from them, and abstain from all but the necessary use of them,
[Phaedo] [1424] that she ought not to resist this deliverance, and therefore abstains from
[Phaedo] [1427] he suffers from them, not merely the sort of evil which might be
[Phaedo] [1447] that to be true which the body affirms to be true; and from agreeing with
[Phaedo] [1469] which is like her, and to be freed from human ills. Never fear, Simmias
[Phaedo] [1471] pursuits, will at her departure from the body be scattered and blown away
[Phaedo] [1508] have received from my master gifts of prophecy which are not inferior to
[Phaedo] [1600] would therefore rather not rely on the argument from superior strength to
[Phaedo] [1662] you, and the argument got away from me, and I could not hold my ground
[Phaedo] [1681] also misologists or haters of ideas, and both spring from the same cause,
[Phaedo] [1733] blame from himself to arguments in general: and for ever afterwards should
[Phaedo] [1820] well that these arguments from probabilities are impostors, and unless
[Phaedo] [1928] consequences which seem to follow from the assumption that the soul is a
[Phaedo] [2031] and sight and smell, and memory and opinion may come from them, and science
[Phaedo] [2056] I should be far enough from imagining, he replied, that I knew the cause of
[Phaedo] [2060] understand how, when separated from the other, each of them was one and not
[Phaedo] [2066] the separation and subtraction of one from the other would be the cause.
[Phaedo] [2072] Then I heard some one reading, as he said, from a book of Anaxagoras, that
[Phaedo] [2127] and that this is the way in which mind acts, and not from the choice of the
[Phaedo] [2129] cannot distinguish the cause from the condition, which the many, feeling
[Phaedo] [2154] for I am very far from admitting that he who contemplates existences
[Phaedo] [2258] and that other things participate in them and derive their names from them,
[Phaedo] [2308] the greater, and that opposites were simply generated from opposites; but
[Phaedo] [2331] Yet once more let me ask you to consider the question from another point of
[Phaedo] [2341] Heat is a thing different from fire, and cold is not the same with snow?
[Phaedo] [2444] the odd, or fire the cold--from these examples (and there are many more of
[Phaedo] [2462] inferred by you from what has been just said. I mean that if any one asks
[Phaedo] [2466] one asks you 'why a body is diseased,' you will not say from disease, but
[Phaedo] [2467] from fever; and instead of saying that oddness is the cause of odd numbers,
[Phaedo] [2607] called life, but of eternity! And the danger of neglecting her from this
[Phaedo] [2612] immortal, there is no release or salvation from evil except the attainment
[Phaedo] [2621] world below, following the guide, who is appointed to conduct them from
[Phaedo] [2627] the road, and windings, as I infer from the rites and sacrifices which are
[Phaedo] [2636] of these, and the works of brothers in crime--from that soul every one
[Phaedo] [2663] force to be a support, but is kept there and hindered from falling or
[Phaedo] [2673] region extending from the river Phasis to the Pillars of Heracles inhabit a
[Phaedo] [2687] nor ever heard from one who had seen, how much purer and fairer the world
[Phaedo] [2691] is, that owing to our feebleness and sluggishness we are prevented from
[Phaedo] [2709] earth, when looked at from above, is in appearance streaked like one of
[Phaedo] [2785] degree lower than the point from which they came. And some burst forth
[Phaedo] [2812] opposite direction, and comes near the Acherusian lake from the opposite
[Phaedo] [2840] then they come forth and cease from their troubles; but if not, they are
[Phaedo] [2841] carried back again into Tartarus and from thence into the rivers
[Phaedo] [2842] unceasingly, until they obtain mercy from those whom they have wronged:
[Phaedo] [2844] who have been pre-eminent for holiness of life are released from this
[Phaedo] [2888] do not run away from you. Then he turned to us, and added with a smile:--I
[Phaedo] [2961] journey from this to the other world--even so--and so be it according to my
[Phaedo] [2967] but at the thought of my own calamity in having to part from such a friend.