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Page 32 - Then you were quite right in affirming that knowledge is only perception, and the meaning turns out to be the same, whether with Homer and Heracleitus and all that company you say that all is motion and flux, or, with the great sage Protagoras, that man is the measure of all
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Page 41 - They professed a science superior to all the elder forms of philosophy, which it balanced against each other with the perfect impartiality of universal scepticism ; and an art which treated them all as instruments useless indeed for the discovery of truth, but equally capable of exhibiting a fallacious appearance of it
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Page 26 - Haec de adolescente Socrates auguratur : at ea de seniore scribit Plato et scribit aequalis, et quidem exagitator omnium rhetorum hunc miratur unum. Me autem qui Isocratem non
Page 40 - whether young or old ; for there is nothing easier than to argue that the one cannot be many, or the many one ; and great is their delight in denying that
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Page 5 - P. Foucart hanc observationem ex inscriptionibus Atticis elicuit (Revue de Philologie, i. 35) : une série d'exemples, depuis le cinquième siècle jusqu'au deuxième avant notre ère, montre que, au moins en prose, les Athéniens employaient toujours la forme