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Jowett – Platão e platonismo

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  • Jowett: creator

    Creator Of Zeus, the author and creator of all these things, EUTHYPHRO Soc. I mean to say, that the producers of those things which the author of the song praises, that is to say, the physician, the trainer, the money-maker, will at once come to you, and first the physician will say : “O Socrates,…

  • Jowett: divisions

    Soc. And now I will endeavour to explain to you more clearly what I mean : The soul and body being two, have two arts corresponding to them : there is the art of politics attending on the soul ; and another art attending on the body, of which I know no single name, but…

  • Jowett: educated

    Education Socrates : I mean my and your fellow-citizen, Pisistratus’s son Hipparchus, of Philaidae, who was the eldest and wisest of Pisistratus’s sons, and who, among the many goodly proofs of wisdom that he showed, first brought the poems of Homer into this country of ours, and compelled the rhapsodes at the Panathenaea to recite…

  • Jowett: goddess

    god By the goddess Here, that is good news ! There are plenty of improvers, then. And what do you say of the audience, — do they improve them ? APOLOGY Someone will say : And are you not ashamed, Socrates, of a course of life which is likely to bring you to an untimely…

  • Jowett: drunkenness

    Drunkenness I mean to say that men who have followed after gluttony, and wantonness, and drunkenness, and have had no thought of avoiding them, would pass into asses and animals of that sort. What do you think ? PHAEDO Ath. And that sort of meeting, if attended with drunkenness, is apt to be unquiet. LAWS…

  • Jowett: presence of mind

    Mind I have told you one tale, and now I must tell you another, which is worth hearing, ‘Of the doings and sufferings of the enduring man’, while he was on the expedition. One morning he was thinking about something which he could not resolve ; he would not give it up, but continued thinking…

  • Jowett: divine principle

    Str. The meaning is, that the opinion about the honourable and the just and good and their opposites, which is true and confirmed by reason, is a divine principle, and when implanted in the soul, is implanted, as I maintain, in a nature of heavenly birth. STATESMAN And we should consider that God gave the…

  • Jowett: witchcraft

    Soc. Why, no, I would rather use them as a sort of diviners, who divine the truth, not by rules of art, but by an instinctive repugnance and extreme detestation which a noble nature has of the power of pleasure, in which they think that there is nothing sound, and her seductive influence is declared…

  • Jowett: watchfulness

    Ath. And to what earthly rulers can they be compared, or who to them ? How in the less can we find an image of the greater ? Are they charioteers of contending pairs of steeds, or pilots of vessels ? Perhaps they might be compared to the generals of armies, or they might be…

  • Jowett: vexation

    Soc. I do not think, Hermogenes, that there is any great difficulty about them — edone is e onesis, the action which tends to advantage ; and the original form may be supposed to have been eone, but this has been altered by the insertion of the d. Lupe appears to be derived from the…