Socrates Quote

... do not courageous men endure death because they are afraid of yet greater evils?... Then all but philosophers are courageous only from fear, and because they are afraid; and yet that a man should be courageous from fear, and because he is a coward, is surely a strange thing.


Plato - Phaedo

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Do not courageous men endure death because they are afraid of yet greater evils?... Then all but philosophers are courageous only from fear, and...

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Do not courageous men endure death because they are afraid of yet greater evils?... Then all but philosophers are courageous only from fear, and...

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Do not courageous men endure death because they are afraid of yet greater evils?... Then all but philosophers are courageous only from fear, and...

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Do not courageous men endure death because they are afraid of yet greater evils?... Then all but philosophers are courageous only from fear, and...