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" Ср. Plat. Polit 301 E, 302 A: 'And when the foundation of politics is in the letter only and in custom, and knowledge is divorced from action, can we wonder, Socrates, at the miseries that there are, and always will be, in States ? Any other art, built... "
pt. 1. Notes - Page 118
by Aristotle - 1885
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 3

Plato - Philosophy - 1871
...and endeavour to approach as nearly as they can to the true form of government. T. Soc. True. Str. And when the foundation of politics is in the letter...Any other art, built on such a foundation, would be undermined,—there can be no doubt of that. Ought we not 3 M rather to wonder at the strength of the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 131

English literature - 1871
...was afforded by the Greek States. found, the best hope is in governing strictly according to latr. 4 When the foundation of politics is in the letter only...Any other art, built on such a foundation, would be undermined,—there can be no doubt of that. Ought we not rather to wonder at the strength of the political...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 3

Plato - Philosophy - 1871
...and make laws, and endeavor to approach as nearly as they can to the true form of government. Sir. And when the foundation of politics is in the letter...and always will be, in States ? Any other art, built ou such a foundation, would be undermined, — there can be no doubt of that. Ought we not rather to...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 3

Plato - 1873
...nearly as they can to the true form of government, j Y. Soc. True. / 688 STATESMAN. ^^^^^^™ Sir. And when the foundation of politics is in the letter...at the miseries that there are, and always will be, iu States ? Any other art, built on such a foundation, would be undermined, — there can be no doubt...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Tr. Into English, with Analyses and ..., Volume 3

Plato - 1878
...to the true form of government. Sir. And when the foundation of politics is .a ihe letter only, anil in custom, and knowledge is divorced from action,...Socrates, at the miseries that there are, and always will lw, in States ? Any other art, built on such a foundation, would „-, he undermined, — there can...
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Plato's Best Thoughts

Plato - Philosophy - 1883 - 475 pages
...be, or having the same principles, that they are never the same. — Laws, iv. 189. Political bond. When the foundation of politics is in the letter only,...art, built on such a foundation, would be utterly undermined, — there can be no doubt of that. Ought we not rather to wonder at the strength of the...
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The Politics of Aristotle, Volume 2, Part 1

Aristotle - Athens (Greece) - 1885
...<tal ката га jv airo pAvnv, bv f' rots \nXfTTOtc ката TOV iov vntpa\\rj Лшт'. Ср. Plat. Polit. 301 E, 302 A: 'And when the foundation...art, built on such a foundation, would be utterly undermined, — there can be no doubt of that. Ought we not rather to wonder at the strength of the...
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pt. 1. Notes

Aristotle - Political science - 1885
...pvoi>, tu/ /u) rois ^oXciroc ката так lov n'fpjSXXi; \laai. Ср. Plat. Polit. SOIE, 302 A: 'And when the foundation of politics is in...art, built on such a foundation, would be utterly undermined, — there can be no doubt of that. Ought we not rather to wonder at the strength of the...
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pt. 1. Notes

Aristotle - Political science - 1885
...OT /lvnv, ta> pij Tots xAfrrols ката TOV !ov virfpjSXXj; \tav. Cp. Plat. Polit. SOIE, 302 A: 'And when the foundation of politics is in...art, built on such a foundation, would be utterly undermined, — there can be no doubt of that Ought we not rather to wonder at the strength of the...
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Parmenides. Theaetetus. Sophist. State man. Philebus

Plato - 1892
...we divide these three forms and add the perfect state, there will be, altogether, seven forms. Sir. And when the foundation of politics is in the letter...from action, can we wonder, Socrates, at the miseries which there are, and always will be, in States? Any other art, built on such a foundation and thus...
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