Socrates Quote

... when does the soul obtain truth?—for in attempting to consider anything in company with the body she is obviously deceived.... Then must not existence be revealed to her in thought, if at all?... And thought is best when the mind is gathered into herself and none of these things trouble her—neither sounds nor sights nor pain nor any pleasure—when she has as little as possible to do with the body, and has no bodily sense or feeling, but is aspiring after being?... And in this the philosopher dishonors the body; his soul runs away from the body and desires to be alone and by herself?


Plato - Phaedo

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When does the soul obtain truth?—for in attempting to consider anything in company with the body she is obviously deceived.... Then must not...

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When does the soul obtain truth?—for in attempting to consider anything in company with the body she is obviously deceived.... Then must not...

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When does the soul obtain truth?—for in attempting to consider anything in company with the body she is obviously deceived.... Then must not...

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When does the soul obtain truth?—for in attempting to consider anything in company with the body she is obviously deceived.... Then must not...