Plato Quotes

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"The time when we will have that which we desire and whose lovers we claim to be, namely, wisdom, will be then when we are dead as the argument indicates, and not while we are alive"
Phaedo 66e2-4
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"There's no greater evil that could happen to one than hating arguments"
Phaedo 89d3
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"Is it from those who are dead that both living things and living people come to be?"
Phaedo 71d
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"Let's consider everything that has an opposite necessarily comes to be from nowhere other than from its opposite"
Phaedo 70e
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I was swept away by my marvellous expectations"
Phaedo 98b
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Phaedo 89d3

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"There's no greater evil that could happen to one than hating arguments"

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Phaedo 71d

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Phaedo 70e

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Phaedo 98b

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