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Apology
written by "Plato, 427? BC-347? BC"
...h? Why?—because he must remain at his post where the god has placed him, as he remained at Potidaea, and Amphipolis, and Delium, where the generals placed him. Besides, he is not so overwise ... read more

Laches
written by "Plato, 427? BC-347? BC"
...ou to detain Laches and Nicias, and question them. I would have you say to them: Socrates avers that he has no knowledge of the matter—he is unable to decide which of you speaks truly; neithe... read more

Symposium
written by "Plato, 427? BC-347? BC"
...and turns away, and shrivels up, and not without a pang refrains from conception. And this is the reason why, when the hour of conception arrives, and the teeming nature is full, there is such a fl... read more