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" Neither must we suppose that any one of the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong to the state, and are each of them a part of the state, and the care of each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. "
The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the ... - Page 288
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Introduction and translation

Aristotle - Political science - 1885
...which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of 4 the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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The Politics of Aristotle: Introduction and translation

Aristotle - Political science - 1885
...are of common interest should be the of *"• same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of 4 the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong...part is inseparable from the care of the ' whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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Introduction and translation

Aristotle - Political science - 1885
...which are of common interest should be the of same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of 4 the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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Introduction and translation

Aristotle - Political science - 1885
...are of common interest should be the of aU . same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of 4 the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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A History of Greek Literature

Thomas Sergeant Perry - Greek literature - 1890 - 877 pages
...which he thinks best ; the training in things which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of the citizens...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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Dialogues of Plato: Containing The Apology of Socrates, Crito, Phaedo, and ...

Plato - Philosophy, Ancient - 1899 - 208 pages
...things which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that anyone of the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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Dialogues of Plato

Benjamin Jowett - 1899
...things which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that anyone of the citizens belongs to himself, for they all belong...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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Source Book of the History of Education for the Greek and Roman Period

Paul Monroe - Education - 1901 - 515 pages
...which he thinks best; the training in things which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of the citizens...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for life. Character of education determined...
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The Ethics of the Greek Philosophers, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle: A ...

James Hervey Hyslop - 1903 - 333 pages
...which he thinks best ; the training in things which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of the citizens...each part is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised, for they take the greatest pains about their...
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The Library of Original Sources, Volume 2

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1907
...which he thinks best; the training in things which are of common interest should be the same for all. Neither must we suppose that any one of the citizens...of them a part of the state, and the care of each is inseparable from the care of the whole. In this particular the Lacedaemonians are to be praised,...
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