Socrates Quote

... nothing is more uncommon than a very large or a very small man; and this applies generally to all extremes, whether of great and small, or swift and slow, or fair and foul, or black and white; and whether the instances you select be man or dogs or anything else, few are the extremes, but many are in the mean between them.


Plato - Phaedo

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Nothing is more uncommon than a very large or a very small man; and this applies generally to all extremes, whether of great and small, or swift and...

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Nothing is more uncommon than a very large or a very small man; and this applies generally to all extremes, whether of great and small, or swift and...

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Nothing is more uncommon than a very large or a very small man; and this applies generally to all extremes, whether of great and small, or swift and...

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Nothing is more uncommon than a very large or a very small man; and this applies generally to all extremes, whether of great and small, or swift and...