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"For our guidance, then, let us make use of the argument which has now revealed itself, declaring that this is the best way to spend one's days: to live and die in the pursuit of justice and the other virtues." p. 527



"At least it is certainly true that good charioteers are not those who keep their footing in their chariots at the beginning; then, when they have trained their horses and have themselves become more proficient in the art of driving, fall out." p. 517

"But as for transforming its desires instead of toadying to them, as for persuading and coercing fellow citizens to the point of self-improvement, there is not, in a word, a whit of difference between generations." p. 517

"What greater good have men than health?" p. 10

"For it is of greater benefit to be oneself delivered from the greatest harm than to deliver another." p. 458a

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