The Republic by Plato

Plato BOOK I

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[BOOK I] [123] from a mad and furious master. His words have often occurred to my mind
[BOOK I] [193] How admirable are his words! And the great blessing of riches, I do not
[BOOK I] [430] still stand by the latter words.
[BOOK I] [470] which we seem to have fallen in the use of the words 'friend' and 'enemy.'
[BOOK I] [600] I was panic-stricken at his words, and could not look at him without
[BOOK I] [689] That's abominable of you, Socrates; you take the words in the sense which
[BOOK I] [717] that in your definition the words 'of the stronger' are added.
[BOOK I] [794] Those were not his words, rejoined Polemarchus.
[BOOK I] [901] unimpaired. Take the words in your precise sense, and tell me whether I am
[BOOK I] [1009] ears with his words, had a mind to go away. But the company would not let
[BOOK I] [1375] and unlike? Were not these your words?
[BOOK II] [1676] With these words I was thinking that I had made an end of the discussion;
[BOOK II] [1854] little too coarse, I ask you to suppose, Socrates, that the words which
[BOOK II] [1859] understand that he ought to seem only, and not to be, just; the words of
[BOOK II] [1952] appeal, now smoothing the path of vice with the words of Hesiod;--
[BOOK II] [1979] the best of life? Probably the youth will say to himself in the words of
[BOOK II] [2026] should be some one who is able to disprove the truth of my words, and who
[BOOK II] [2052] words even stronger than these about justice and injustice, grossly, as I
[BOOK II] [2081] these words I was quite delighted, and said: Sons of an illustrious
[BOOK II] [2839] the words of Aeschylus, that
[BOOK II] [2973] words; but I am only saying that deception, or being deceived or uninformed
[BOOK II] [2981] deceived may be called the true lie; for the lie in words is only a kind of
[BOOK II] [2991] Whereas the lie in words is in certain cases useful and not hateful; in
[BOOK III] [3133] sapless shades, and any similar words of which the very mention causes a
[BOOK III] [3306] and of the words which follow? Would you say that these, or any similar
[BOOK III] [3325] words? Or the verse
[BOOK III] [3526] in his own person, the words would have been, not imitation, but simple
[BOOK III] [3731] poetry, and every form of expression in words? No one can say anything
[BOOK III] [3790] At any rate you can tell that a song or ode has three parts--the words, the
[BOOK III] [3795] And as for the words, there will surely be no difference between words
[BOOK III] [3801] And the melody and rhythm will depend upon the words?
[BOOK III] [3893] the foot and the melody to words having a like spirit, not the words to the
[BOOK III] [3933] principle is that rhythm and harmony are regulated by the words, and not
[BOOK III] [3934] the words by them.
[BOOK III] [3936] Just so, he said, they should follow the words.
[BOOK III] [3938] And will not the words and the character of the style depend on the temper
[BOOK III] [3963] motion are nearly allied to ill words and ill nature, as grace and harmony
[BOOK III] [4732] How your words seem to hesitate on your lips!
[BOOK III] [4739] face, or in what words to utter the audacious fiction, which I propose to
[BOOK IV] [5021] words, would choose to fight against lean wiry dogs, rather than, with the
[BOOK IV] [5435] nature, which the law implants through education; and I mean by the words
[BOOK IV] [5473] Why, yes, said I, you may, and if you add the words 'of a citizen,' you
[BOOK IV] [5527] acknowledge, may be justly called master of itself, if the words
[BOOK IV] [6124] more appeal to the words of Homer, which have been already quoted by us,
[BOOK IV] [6173] bring them into accord, nerving and sustaining the reason with noble words
[BOOK V] [6428] something in his ear, of which I only caught the words, 'Shall we let him
[BOOK V] [6469] hornet's nest of words you are stirring. Now I foresaw this gathering
[BOOK V] [6496] words.
[BOOK V] [6509] me in my fall. And I pray Nemesis not to visit upon me the words which I
[BOOK V] [7876] me in laughter and dishonour; and do you mark my words.
[BOOK VI] [8546] they have nothing to say in this new game of which words are the counters;
[BOOK VI] [8549] in words he is not able to meet you at each step of the argument, he sees
[BOOK VI] [8700] leave words and look at facts, the persons who are thus described are some
[BOOK VI] [8805] their words are powerless.
[BOOK VI] [9119] have seen only a conventional imitation of philosophy, consisting of words
[BOOK VI] [9134] They are strangers, he said, to the words of which you speak.
[BOOK VII] [10044] sight of being, and of the brightest and best of being, or in other words,
[BOOK VII] [10234] words, whether fabulous or possibly true, had kindred elements of rhythm
[BOOK VII] [10589] class of those who will agree with you and will take your words as a
[BOOK VII] [11151] then arguments many and diverse refute his words, until he is driven into
[BOOK VIII] [11608] seeing all these things--hearing, too, the words of his father, and having
[BOOK VIII] [12253] words, which make their abode in the minds of men who are dear to the gods,
[BOOK IX] [13343] No man of any sense will dispute your words.
[BOOK IX] [13366] Let the words be added.
[BOOK IX] [13906] revert to the words which brought us hither: Was not some one saying that
[BOOK IX] [13916] Let us make an image of the soul, that he may have his own words presented
[BOOK X] [14127] Speaking in confidence, for I should not like to have my words repeated to
[BOOK X] [14136] awe and love of Homer, which even now makes the words falter on my lips,
[BOOK X] [14455] In like manner the poet with his words and phrases may be said to lay on
[BOOK X] [14458] judge only from his words, imagine that if he speaks of cobbling, or of
[BOOK X] [14896] seductions and make our words his law.