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" He who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker-up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip another in a bad action was applauded ; and so was he who encouraged to evil one who... "
Patriotism and Empire - Page 94
by John Mackinnon Robertson - 1899 - 208 pages
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Socrates Against Athens: Philosophy on Trial

James A. Colaiaco - 2001 - 266 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a wt)rd, he who could outstrip...
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Socrates Against Athens: Philosophy on Trial

James A. Colaiaco - 2001 - 266 pages
...was deemed knowing, but a still greater master in craft was he who detected one. On the other hand, he who plotted from the first to have nothing to do with plots was a breaker up of parties and a poltroon who was afraid of the enemy. In a word, he who could outstrip...
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