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" This allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous argument; the prison is the world of sight, the light of the fire is the sun, the ascent and vision of the things above you may truly regard as the upward progress of the soul into the intellectual... "
College Greek Course in English - Page 77
by William Cleaver Wilkinson - 1884 - 302 pages
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 2

Plato - 1871
...let them only catch the offender in the act, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...progress of the soul into the intellectual world; that is my poor belief, to which, at your desire, I have given expression. Whether I am right or not...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 2

Plato - 1873
...let them only catch the offender in the act, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...the sun, the ascent and vision of the things above yon naay trnly regard as the upward progress of the soul into the intellectual world ; that is my poor...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Tr. Into English, with Analyses and ..., Volume 2

Plato - 1874
...let them only catch the offender in the act, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...upward progress of the soul into the intellectual world ; that is my poor belief, to which, at your desire, I have given expression. Whether I am right or...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 3

Plato - 1875
...let them only catch the offender, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This entire allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...upward progress of the soul into the intellectual world according to my poor belief, which, at your desire, I have expressed — whether rightly or wrongly...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1875
...•let them only catch the offender, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This entire allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...upward progress of the soul into the intellectual world according to my poor belief, which, at your desire, I have expressed — whether rightly or wrongly...
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Republic. Timaeus. Critias

Plato - 1892
...GLAUCOH. But when they returned to the den they would see much worse than those who had never left it. The prison is the world of sight, the light of the fire is the sun. Republic SOCRATES, GLAUCON. Nothing extraordinary in the philosopher being unable to see in the dark....
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The Dialogues of Plato: Republic. Timaeus. Critias

Plato - 1892
...GLAUCON. But when they returned to the den they would see much worse than those who had never left it. The prison is the world of sight, the light of the fire is the sun. himself in a ridiculous manner ; if, while his eyes are blinking and before he has become accustomed...
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Thoughts and Aspirations of the Ages: Selections in Prose and Verse from the ...

William Chatterton Coupland - 1895 - 715 pages
...entire allegory, I said, you may now append, dear Glaucon, to the previous argument; the prison-house is the world of sight, the light of the fire is the sun, and you will not misapprehend me if you interpret the journey upwards to be the ascent of the soul...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 29

Charles Dudley Warner - 1896
...let them only catch the offender in the act, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...progress of the soul into the intellectual world; that is my poor belief, to which, at your desire, I have given expression. Whether I am right or not,...
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Plato the Teacher: Being Selections from the Apology, Euthydemus, Protagoras ...

Plato - 1897 - 454 pages
...let them only catch the offender in the act, and they would put him to death. No question, he said. This allegory, I said, you may now append to the previous...upward progress of the soul into the intellectual world ; that is my poor belief, to which, at your desire, I have given expression. Whether I am right or...
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