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" Wherefore my counsel is that we hold fast ever to the heavenly way and follow after justice and virtue always, considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and... "
Selections from the Dialogues of Plato - 第 349 頁
Plato 著 - 1883 - 404 頁
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Morals and religion in history

John D. Marshall - 1877
...gods, both here and when, like conquerors in the games, who go round gathering rich gifts, we come to receive our reward. And it shall be well with us, both in this life and in the pilgrimage of the thousand years in the story which we have been reciting." LAWS. THROUGHOUT the "Laws," a somewhat...
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Education, 第 12 卷

1892
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the...round to gather gifts, we receive our reward." And so Plato piled up these marvelous books, until finally the strong years conquered him, and he fell...
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From Poverty to Plenty; Or, The Labour Question Solved

William Lee Rees - 1888 - 474 頁
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the...games who go round to gather gifts, we receive our rewards. And it shall be well with us both in this life and in the pilgrimage of a thousand years which...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, 第 42 卷

1893
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the gods, bath while remaining here and when, like conquerors in the games who go round to gather gifts, we receive...
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The Alumni Bulletin

1911
...quoted the beautiful concluding words of Plato's Republic: "Thus shall we live dear to one another and the Gods, both while remaining here, and when, like conquerors in the games who go around to gather gifts, we receive our reward." RESPONSE BY MR. F. f. BEIRNE. I want, on behalf of...
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Educational Nuggets: Plato, Aristotle, Rousseau, Herbart, Spencer, Harris ...

John Raymond Howard - 1899 - 238 頁
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the...this life and in the pilgrimage of a thousand years. ARISTOTLE. " The great master of all the peculiarities of nature and of men, the eager investigator...
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Studies in the Politics of Aristotle and the Republic of Plato, 第 1 卷,第 1-2 期

Isaac Althaus Loos - 1899 - 314 頁
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the...go round to gather gifts, we receive our reward." i X. 614—21. INDEX TO THE STUDIES IN ARISTOTLE. ADMINISTRATION ; Theory of Organization of ... Causes...
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Studies in the Politics of Aristotle and the Republic of Plato, 第 1 卷

Isaac Althaus Loos - 1899 - 296 頁
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the...go round to gather gifts, we receive our reward." i X. 614—21. INDEX TO THE STUDIES IN ARISTOTLE. ADMINISTRATION; Theory of Organization of ... Causes...
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Dialogues of Plato, 第 2 卷

Plato - 1899 - 208 頁
...considering that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort ot evil. Thus shall we live dear to one another and to the gods, boti while remaining here and when, like conquerors in the games who go round to gather gifts, we receive...
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Ancient History to the Death of Charlemagne

Willis Mason West - 1902 - 564 頁
...that the soul is immortal and able to endure every sort of good and every sort of evil. Thus we shall live dear to one another and to the gods, both while...remaining here, and when, like conquerors in the games, we go to receive our reward." 151. A Prayer of Socrates (from Plato's Phaedrus). — "Beloved Pan,...
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