Plato's Phaedo Quotes

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"Socrates, practice and cultivate the arts." (60e, 53)

"And would you not be angry if one of your possessions killed itself when you had not given any sign that you wished it to die, and if you had any punishment you could inflict, you would inflict it?" (62c, 54)

"I am afraid that other people do not realize that the one aim of those who practice philosophy in the proper manner is to practice for dying and death." (64a, 55)

"It is only those who practice philosophy in the right way, we say, who always most want to free the soul." (67d, 58)

"No one may join the company of the gods who has not practiced philosophy and is not completely pure when he departs from life, no one but the lover of learning." (82c, 72)

"There is no greater evil one can suffer than to hate reasonable discourse." (89d, 77)

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