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" Hippias as he said this); but if he comes to me, he will learn that which he comes to learn. And this is prudence in affairs private as well as public; he will learn to order his own house in the best manner, and he will be able to speak and act for the... "
Planning-programming-budgeting: Inquiry of the Subcommittee on National ... - Page 30
by United States. Congress. Senate. Government Operations - 1970 - 683 pages
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - Philosophy - 1871
...house in the best manner, and he will be best able to speak and a* >n the affairs of the state. '9 Do I understand you, I said; and is your meaning that...politics, and that you promise to make men good citizens ? t, Socrates, is exactly the profession which I make, n, I said, you do indeed possess a noble art,...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1873
...he will learn to order his own house in the best manner, and he will be best able to speak and act in the affairs of the state. Do I understand you,...politics, and that you promise to make men good citizens ? 5? That, Socrates, is exactly the profession which I make. Then, I said, you do indeed possess a...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1875
...is prudence in affairs private as well as public ; he will learn to order his own house in the best manner, and he will be able to speak and act for the...understand you, I said ; and is your meaning that you 319 teach the art of politics, and that you promise to make men good citizens? That, Socrates, is exactly...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - Philosophers, Ancient - 1875
...is prudence in affairs private as well as public ; he will learn to order his own house in the best manner, and he will be able to speak and act for the best in the affairs of the t state. Do I understand you, I said ; and is your meaning that you 319 teach the art of politics,...
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The School of Mines Quarterly, Volume 8

Chemistry - 1887
...Plato discussed the subject many centuries ago. " Is your meaning," asks Protagoras of Socrates, " that you teach the art of politics, and that you promise...which I make." " Then," I said, " you do, indeed, profess a noble art." It may be unnecessary to add that Socrates and Protagoras were not speaking of...
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The Phi Gamma Delta, Volume 9

Greek letter societies - 1887
...Plato discussed the subject many centuries ago. " Is your meaning," asks Protatjoras of Socrates, " that you teach the art of politics, and that you promise...profession which I make." "Then," I said, "you do, indeed, profess a noble art." It may be unnecessary to add that Socrates and Protagoras were not speaking of...
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Charmides. Lysis. Laches. Protagoras. Euthydemus. Cratylus. Phaedrus. Ion ...

Plato - Philosophy - 1892
...order his own house in the best manner, and he will be able to speak an(j ac^ for £he jjes[ jn tne affairs of the state. Do I understand you, I said; and is your meaning that 319 you teach the art of politics, and that you promise to make men good citizens? That, Socrates,...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Charmides. Lysis. Laches. Protagoras. Euthydemus ...

Plato - 1892
...for the best in the affairs of the state^ Do I understand you, I said; and is your meaning that 319 f you teach the art of politics, and that you promise to make (_men good citizens? That, Socrates, is exactly the profession which I make. Then, I said, you do indeed...
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Plato the Teacher: Being Selections from the Apology, Euthydemus, Protagoras ...

Plato - Philosophy - 1897 - 454 pages
...he will learn to order his own house in the best manner, and he will be best able to speak and act in the affairs of the State. Do I understand you,...teach the art of politics, and that you promise to ,jg$ make men good citizens ? ^ \ That, Socrates, is exactly the profession which I make. Then, I said,...
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Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1899 - 208 pages
...he / will learn to order his own house in the best manner, and he will be best able to speak and act in the affairs of the state. Do I understand you, I said ; and is your meaning that „.yon teach the art of politics, and that you promise to make men good citizens ? That, Socrates,...
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