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Teokset Teokset 1 - 6 / 6 haulle I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers affected you; as for me, I was almost....
" I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers affected you; as for me, I was almost carried away in spite of myself, so persuasively did they speak. And yet, hardly anything of what they said is true. Of the many lies they told, one in particular surprised... "
Plato on the Rhetoric of Philosophers and Sophists - Sivu 27
tekijä(t) Marina McCoy - 2007
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Complete Works

Plato - 1997 - 1808 sivua
...the likes of him. Seen in that light, as Plato wants us to see it, the failure was theirs. /.MC 17 I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers affected...And yet, hardly anything of what they said is true. Of the many lies they told, one in particular surprised me, namely that you should be b careful not...
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Readings in Classical Political Thought

Peter J. Steinberger - 2000 - 625 sivua
...careless and inventive about such things, and that I would be better for the rest of my life. Apology 17 I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers affected...And yet, hardly anything of what they said is true. Of the many lies they told, one in particular surprised me, namely that you should be careful not to...
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The Trial and Death of Socrates (Third Edition): Euthyphro, Apology, Crito ...

Plato, George Maximilian Anthony Grube, John Madison Cooper - 2000 - 64 sivua
...who voted for the death sentence and those who voted for acquittal 17 I do not know, men of Athens,2 how my accusers affected you; as for me, I was almost...carried away in spite of myself, so persuasively did 1 . The word apology is a transliteration, not a translation, of the Greek apologia, which means defense....
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Five Dialogues: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Meno, Phaedo

Plato, G.M.A. Grube, John M. Cooper - 168 sivua
...(38c-42a), both to those who voted for the death sentence and those who voted for acquittal. GMAG I" I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers affected...And yet, hardly anything of what they said is true. Of the many lies they told, one in particular surprised me, namely that you should be careful not to...
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Philosophical Inquiry: Classic and Contemporary Readings

Jonathan Eric Adler, Catherine Z. Elgin - 2007 - 896 sivua
...downward sis of an inhuman and a superhuman. . . . Motivation, Self-Interest, and the Good Life Plato Apology I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers...And yet, hardly anything of what they said is true. Of the many lies they told, one in particular surprised me, namely that you should be careful not to...
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The Cambridge Companion to Plato's Republic

G. R. F. Ferrari, Giovanni R. F. Ferrari - 2007 - 533 sivua
...Orpheus's - and they follow spellbound." See, too, the very beginning of the Apology, where Socrates says: "I do not know, men of Athens, how my accusers affected...in spite of myself, so persuasively did they speak" (173). The only significant difference between the two instances is that the second time around Adeimantus...
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