| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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