Plato Quote

No man's nature is able to know what is best for the social state of man; or, knowing, always able to do what is best.


Laws. Appendix: Lesser Hippias. First Alcibiades. Menexenus. Index of persons and places (ed. 1872)

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No man's nature is able to know what is best for the social state of man; or, knowing, always able to do what is best.

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No man's nature is able to know what is best for the social state of man; or, knowing, always able to do what is best.

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No man's nature is able to know what is best for the social state of man; or, knowing, always able to do what is best.

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No man's nature is able to know what is best for the social state of man; or, knowing, always able to do what is best.