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Diálogos de Platão – Platão e platonismo

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  • Jowett: aether

    Her. From these sort of Gods, by all means, Socrates. But why should we not discuss another kind of Gods — the sun, moon, stars, earth, aether, air, fire, water, the seasons, and the year ? CRATYLUS Soc. Any violent interpretations of the words should be avoided ; for something to say about them may…

  • Jowett: absolute beautiful

    Socrates : Well, that shall be done, God willing, Hippias. Now, however, give me a brief answer to a question about your discourse, for you reminded me of the beautiful just at the right moment. For recently, my most excellent friend, as I was finding fault with some things in certain speeches as ugly and…

  • Jowett: Temperança

    In order, then, that I may form a conjecture whether you have temperance abiding in you or not, tell me, I said, what, in your opinion, is Temperance ? CHARMIDES herein is an excellent proof of her tenderness — that she walks not upon the hard but upon the soft. Let us adduce a similar…

  • Jowett: essence

    Socrates : That suffices, Hippias ; for even this is welcome, since it appears that some things are so and some are not so. For I said, if you remember the beginning of this discussion, [302c] that pleasure through sight and through hearing were beautiful, not by that by which each of them was so…

  • Jowett: goods of the soul

    Soc. Next, let us consider the goods of the soul : they are temperance, justice, courage, quickness of apprehension, memory, magnanimity, and the like ? MENO Str. In the second place, he was a merchant in the goods of the soul. SOPHIST Ath. We maintain, then, that a State which would be safe and happy,…

  • Jowett: soul is imperishable

    Nay, my good friend, said Socrates, let us not boast, lest some evil eye should put to flight the word which I am about to speak. That, however, may be left in the hands of those above, while I draw near in Homeric fashion, and try the mettle of your words. Briefly, the sum of…

  • Jowett: whole soul

    But of beauty, I repeat again that we saw her there shining in company with the celestial forms ; and coming to earth we find her here too, shining in clearness through the clearest aperture of sense. For sight is the most piercing of our bodily senses ; though not by that is wisdom seen…

  • Jowett: courageous soul

    Str. The courageous soul when attaining this truth becomes civilized, and rendered more capable of partaking of justice ; but when not partaking, is inclined to brutality. Is not that true ? STATESMAN

  • Jowett: disorders of the soul

    Such is the manner in which diseases of the body arise ; the disorders of the soul, which depend upon the body, originate as follows. We must acknowledge disease of the mind to be a want of intelligence ; and of this there are two kinds ; to wit, madness and ignorance. In whatever state…

  • Jowett: best soul

    Ath. If, my friend, we say that the whole path and movement of heaven, and of all that is therein, is by nature akin to the movement and revolution and calculation of mind, and proceeds by kindred laws, then, as is plain, we must say that the best soul takes care of the world and…