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" For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I do, neglecting the wants of my own soul, and busying myself with the concerns of the Athenians; therefore I hold my ears and tear myself away from him. "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Pagina 321
1871
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 13

Robert Hall Baynes - 1873
...'not wholly insensible to his lofty teaching, " for," says he in the Symposium, " Socrates pretends that I ought not to live as I do, neglecting the wants of my soul, and busying myself with the concerns of the Athenians ; therefore I hold my ears, and tear myself...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1874
...him. nnd fly from the voice of the siren, he would detain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I...busying myself with the concerns of the Athenians ; therefole I hold my ears and tear my.-elf away from him. And he is the only person who ever made...
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Plato

Clifton Wilbraham Collins - 1874 - 196 pagina’s
...and fly from the voice of the charmer, he would enchain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I do, neglecting the needs of my own soul, and occupying myself with the affairs of the Athenians ; therefore I stop my...
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Plato

Clifton Wilbraham Collins - 1874 - 197 pagina’s
...and fly from the voice of the charmer, he would enchain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I do, neglecting the needs of my own soul, and occupying myself with the affairs of the Athenians ; therefore I stop my...
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Demosthenes

William Jackson Brodribb - 1883 - 158 pagina’s
...and fly from the voice of the charmer, he would enchain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I do, neglecting the needs of my own soul, and occupying myself with the affairs of the Athenians; therefore I stop my cars,...
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College Greek Course in English

William Cleaver Wilkinson - 1884 - 302 pagina’s
...him, and fly from the voice of the siren, he would detain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I...ears and tear myself away from him. And he is the 5* only person who ever made me ashamed, which you might think not to be in my nature, and there is...
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Queen Money

Ellen Olney Kirk - 1888 - 513 pagina’s
...love that unworldly voice of yours," said Charnock. " It is like what Alcibiades heard when he said, ' He makes me confess that I ought not to live as I...busying myself with the concerns of the Athenians.' Heaven knows, Lucy, you cannot hate this sordid strife half as much as I do. I would rather make money...
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The Dialogues of Plato

Plato - 1892
...would be like that of others, — he would transfix me, and I should grow old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I...And he is the only person who ever made me ashamed, He would which you might think not to be in my nature, and there |J^^" is no one else who does the...
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Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1899 - 208 pagina’s
...him, and fly from the voice of the siren, he would detain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I...is the only person who ever made me ashamed, which ycu might Ihink not to be in my nature and there is no one else who does the same. For I know that...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 2

Plato - 1902
...him, and fly from the voice of the siren, he would detain me until I grew old sitting at his feet. For he makes me confess that I ought not to live as I do, neglecting the wants of my own soul, and biinying myself with the concerns of the Athenians ; therefore I hold my ears and tear myself away...
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