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Comparative Bureaucratic Systems
by Krishna K. Tummala - 2004 - 476 pages
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 2

Plato - Greek literature - 1871
...curious forms of government among them. Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other ? Or perhaps you suppose that States are made of ' oak and rock,' and not out of the human natures...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Tr. Into English, with Analyses and ..., Volume 2

Plato - 1874
...curious forms of government among them. Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one aa there are of the other ? Or perhaps you suppose that States are made of " oak and rock," and not...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 3

Plato - 1875
...curious forms of government among them. Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other ? For you cannot suppose that States are made of ' oak and rock,' and not out of the human natures which...
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The Republic of Plato

Plato - 1900 - 329 pages
...curious forms of government among them. Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other ? For you cannot suppose that States are made of ' oak and rock,' and not out of the human natures which...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Republic. Timaeus. Critias

Plato - 1892
...governments vary as the be'cau^th dispositions of men vary, and that there must be as many are made up of the one as there are of the other? For we cannot of men. suppose that States are made of 'oak and rock,' and not out of the human natures which are...
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The Inland Educator: A Journal for the Progressive Teacher, Volumes 1-2

Education - 1895
...with Glaucon, the subjoined occurs : Socrates — "Do you know that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other? Or perhaps you suppose that states are made of 'oak and rock,' and not out of the human natures which...
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The Indiana School Journal, Volume 41

Education - 1896
...with Glaucon, the subjoined occurs: Socrates. — "Do you know that governments vary as the characters of men vary — and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other? Or perhaps you suppose that states are made of 'oak and rock,' and not out of the human natures which...
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Plato the Teacher: Being Selections from the Apology, Euthydemus, Protagoras ...

Plato - Philosophy - 1897 - 454 pages
...curious forms of government among them. Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other? Or perhaps you suppose that States are made of " oak and rock," 4 and not out of the human natures...
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The Republic of Plato: With Studies for Teachers

Plato, William Lowe Bryan - Education, Greek - 1898 - 316 pages
...curious forms of government among them. Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and that there must be as many of the one as there are of the other ? Or perhaps you suppose that States are made of " oak and rock," 4 and not out of the human natures...
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The Republic of Plato: With Studies for Teachers

William Lowe Bryan, Charlotte Lowe Bryan - Education, Greek - 1898 - 316 pages
...of men and of States. "Do you know, I said, that governments vary as the characters of men vary, and there must be as many of the one as there are of the other? Or perhaps you suppose that States are made of ' oak and rock ' and not of the human natures which...
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