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Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

and verbs? For it seems that except for these two Plato dismissed all the parts of speech whereas Homer

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Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

pronouncement by some and proposition by others but by Plato speech.

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Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

undergone and with the noun the agents and patients, as Plato has said himself, a it seemed that these signify,

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Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

what is irrational, the yearning for retribution. c Plato too, when he likened the structure of the soul to

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Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

fact Theophrastus even adds the observation c that Plato, when he had grown older, repented of having assigned

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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 78-79, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

moving itself. c That is just the reason too why Plato said that time had come to be simultaneously with

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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 86-87, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

point, however, is that, when in the Symposium d Plato explains how one must manage the matter of love

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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 46-47, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

circular supervenient and incidental was indicated by Plato himself, for after making the earth

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ISBN: 9780674994706
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Volume number: 427
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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 58-59, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

Platonic Questions VII 1. In what sense does Plato say f that, because there is void

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ISBN: 9780674994706
translator: Harold Cherniss
Volume number: 427
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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 62-63, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

faculties of the soul in the Republic , where d Plato likened excellently well the consonance of the rational

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ISBN: 9780674994706
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Volume number: 427
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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 90-91, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

not have been mixed, we too similarly object that Plato disregarded conjunctions and prepositions and the

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ISBN: 9780674994706
translator: Harold Cherniss
Volume number: 427
Volume title: Moralia, Volume XIII: Part 1
Author: Plutarch
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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 110-111, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

it comes about by conveyance of the iron, a but Plato might provide a solution in the following way. Iron

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ISBN: 9780674994706
translator: Harold Cherniss
Volume number: 427
Volume title: Moralia, Volume XIII: Part 1
Author: Plutarch
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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 70-71, 1 of 1 matches

Plutarch Moralia. Platonic Questions

generally rated high in dignity and especially by Plato who himself in the Republic c has proclaimed him

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ISBN: 9780674994706
translator: Harold Cherniss
Volume number: 427
Volume title: Moralia, Volume XIII: Part 1
Author: Plutarch
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Translated by Harold Cherniss. LCL 427, Pages 82-83, 1 of 1 matches