Plato Quote

The love, more especially, which is concerned with the good, and which is perfected in company with temperance and justice, whether among gods or men, has the greatest power, and is the source of all our happiness and harmony, and makes us friends with the gods who are above us, and with one another.


Charmides. Lysis. Laches. Protagoras. Euthydemus. Cratylus. Phaedrus. Ion. Symposium (ed. 1924)

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The love, more especially, which is concerned with the good, and which is perfected in company with temperance and justice, whether among gods or...

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The love, more especially, which is concerned with the good, and which is perfected in company with temperance and justice, whether among gods or...

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The love, more especially, which is concerned with the good, and which is perfected in company with temperance and justice, whether among gods or...

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The love, more especially, which is concerned with the good, and which is perfected in company with temperance and justice, whether among gods or...