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Epictetus Discourses

? What then? Was not Plato a philosopher? Yes, and was not Hippocrates a physician?

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ISBN: 9780674991453
translator: W. A. Oldfather
Volume number: 131
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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 60-61, 1 of 2 matches

Epictetus Discourses

Theopompus, the orator, 72 who actually censures Plato for wishing to define every term. Well, what does

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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 328-329, 1 of 1 matches

Epictetus Discourses

writing in the style of Xenophon,” “You for that of Plato,” “You for that of Antisthenes.” And then, when

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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 338-339, 1 of 1 matches

Epictetus Discourses

with anybody, because he knows well the saying of Plato, that

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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 394-395, 1 of 1 matches

Epictetus Discourses

Apply it properly to specific facts. To start with, Plato classifies definitions under the preconception “the

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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 330-331, 1 of 1 matches

Epictetus Discourses

impression of that sort comes suddenly upon you,” says Plato, 82 “go and offer an expiatory sacrifice, go and

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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 344-345, 1 of 1 matches

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every soul is unwillingly deprived of the truth,” as Plato says; 93 it only seemed to him that the false was

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Volume number: 131
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Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 131, Pages 174-175, 1 of 1 matches

Epictetus Discourses

at His demand, what He has given? Will you not, as Plato 2 says, study not merely to die, but even to be

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ISBN: 9780674992405
translator: W. A. Oldfather
Volume number: 218
Volume title: Discourses, Books 3-4. Fragments. The Encheiridion
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Volume edition date: 1928
Translated by W. A. Oldfather. LCL 218, Pages 302-303, 1 of 1 matches