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  Plato   - Greek philosopher, 428-347 B.C.
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302/21 Mithridates erects a statue of Plato at Athens.
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[Longin]:Subl_4   those very demi-gods, Xenophon and Plato, for all their training in
[Longin]:Subl_23   and in the passage of Plato about the Athenians, ** which
[Longin]:Subl_28   this is the opening of Plato's Funeral Oration ** "First then
[Longin]:Subl_29   have even made fun of Plato - always so clever at
[Longin]:Subl_32   and still more divinely in Plato, ** The head he calls
[Longin]:Subl_35   difference in the case of Plato. Lysias is far inferior both
[Longin]:Subl_36   the faults in Homer, Demosthenes, Plato and all the other greatest
[Longin]:Subl_12-14 *   and passionate glow, whereas Plato, steady in his majestic
Aelian:NA_5.13   of ballast. What the divine Plato says [Phaedr. 230 c,
Aelian:NA_6.1   Iccus of Tarentum, whom Plato the son of Ariston celebrat
AnthPal_7.60   SIMIAS & { H 6 } & On Plato Here lies the divine Aristo
AnthPal_7.61   hides here the body of Plato, but his soul has its immor
AnthPal_7.669   been the name of a youth whom Plato admired. [670] PLATO
AnthPal_16.31   bosom this, the body of Plato, but his soul is equal in
Apollod:Fr_37   xagoras. [37] & DiogLaert_3'2 (Plato) & Plato. [38] & Diog
Apollod:Fr_38   een recommended to Plato as a pupil, he spent twenty years
Apul:Flor_15   may add that my master Plato deviates little or not at
Apul:Flor_20   Empedocles composed verse, Plato dialogues, Socrates hymns,
Asclepiad_7.217   tributed by Athenaeus to Plato.} I hold Archeanassa the
Athen_2.38   from injury. But Plato, in his second book of the Laws
Athen_4.174   nt; but it is said, that Plato showed a sort of notion
Athen_5.215-217 *   out of Socrates." For Plato says [ Apol_28'e ] that
Athen_6.233   h." [23.] But the divine Plato, and Lycurgus the Lacedamo
Athen_6.247   their keep. [247] Plato says, in the fourth book of his
Athen_6.254   some other. And Plato says, in his Phaedrus [ 240'b
Athen_6.264   the elder." [87.] And Plato, in the sixth book of the
Athen_7.279   was a pupil and a relation of Plato's. At all events, Dio
Athen_8.354   when the school of Plato was opened, he says, he changed
Athen_10.419   non, being once taken by Plato from a very sumptuous and
Athen_10.440   most divine of writers, Plato, lays down admirable laws
Athen_11.502-511 *   {108.}   or Psykter Plato in his Symposium { 213e
Athen_12.527   Spartan cups. But Plato, in his Letters [ 7.326'b ], says
Athen_12.546   also, the relation of Plato, and his successor in his
Athen_12.547   very harmful. For Plato and Speusippus had not establishe
Athen_12.552   phon, in his play called Plato, says- & (A) & I will withi
Athen_13.589   not our admirable Plato love Archaeanassa, a courtesan
Athen_14.640   minced donkey. And Plato, in his Description of Atlantis
Athen_14.653   to every one. But Plato, in the eighth book of his Laws
Athen_15.670   Moreover, that most divine writer Plato, in the seventh book of
Athen_15.679   be metamorphosed, as the divine Plato has described in his treatise
Athen_15.688   And Plato says that the great Architect
Athen_15.694   that even the incomparable Plato had spoken of this
Athen_15.702   Timocrates, are not, as Plato says, the sportive conversations
Callim:Epigr_25   ide of Cleombrotus, a pupil of Plato. Farewell, O Sun, sai
Cic:Acad_1.7   agree with the dictum of Plato ** that no greater and
Cic:Acad_1.10   philosophers, if these imitate Plato, Aristotle and Theophrastus in
Cic:Acad_1.30   name already given it by Plato ; we can correctly term
Cic:Acad_1.33   their primary system, inherited from Plato ; and if you wish
Cic:Acad_1.34   of the systemand authority of Plato, and after them Polemon and
Cic:Acad_1.46   all events if we count Plato a member of the Old
Cic:Acad_1.16-19 *   particularly from those of Plato. [17]   But originating
Cic:Acad_2.14   Parmenides, Xenophanes, and even Plato and Socrates. But neither
Cic:Acad_2.15   these we must remove both Plato and Socrates - the former
Cic:Acad_2.74   said ** that Socrates and Plato must not be classed with
Cic:Acad_2.118   existed and will exist always. Plato holds the view that the
Cic:Acad_2.123   opinion the doctrine stated by Plato in Timaeus ** but a
Cic:Acad_2.124   it has three parts, as Plato ** held, reason,passion and appetite,
Cic:Acad_2.129   him and how little with Plato. A famous school was that
Cic:Acad_2.142   objects and in pleasure ; Plato however held that the entire
Cic:Brut_24   private lawn, near a statue of Plato. [25] & Then resumin
Cic:Brut_120   richer style than Plato? [121] & The philosophers tell
Cic:Brut_121   attended the lectures of Plato, and was fond of reading
Cic:Brut_191   all his hearers except Plato, in the midst of his perfor
Cic:Brut_292   advantage in the dialogues of Plato, Xenophon, and Aeschi
Cic:DeOr_1.28   Socrates in the Phaedrus of Plato ? ** for this plane-tree
Cic:DeOr_1.47   eminently grave and oratorical Plato; whose Gorgias I then
Cic:DeOr_1.89   listened to the teachings Plato, it was not what
Cic:DeOr_1.217   philosophy, because all acknowledge Plato to have been eminently
Cic:DeOr_1.224   justice and honesty, borrow from Plato; who, when he thought that
Cic:DeOr_1.230   in the imaginary republic of Plato. Not a single individual uttered
Cic:DeOr_2.194   of both Democritus and Plato ) without ardour of
Cic:DeOr_3.15   the admirably written dialogues of Plato, in almost all of which
Cic:DeOr_3.21   understanding, yet that saying of Plato is true, and certainly not
Cic:DeOr_3.60   genius and varied conversation Plato has in his Dialogues
Cic:DeOr_3.62   [62]   "First from Plato himself came Aristotle and
Cic:DeOr_3.67   of opinion; for Speusippus, Plato's sister's son, and Xenocrates,
Cic:DeOr_3.129   under whose advocacy (as Plato represented) the orator yielded
Cic:DeOr_3.139   of learning? Was it not Plato ? The same illustrious philosopher,
Cic:Fam_15.18   other things, to prevent Plato's emphatic reproach from
Cic:Rep_1.16   And in many passages of Plato's works Socrates, in the midst
Cic:Rep_1.22   of Cnidus (a disciple of Plato, it was claimed) with the
Cic:Rep_1.28   connection the remark made by Plato, or perhaps someone else, **
Cic:Rep_1.65   which is splendidly described by Plato, ** if only I can
Cic:Rep_2.3   the example of Socrates in Plato's work ** and myself invent
Cic:Rep_2.22   the example of Socrates in Plato's work, to invent a new
Cic:Rep_2.51   commonwealth described by Socrates, as Plato tells us in his famous
Cic:Rep_2.52   the same principles which Plato discerned, yet taking no
Cic:Rep_3.8   review of the arguments of Plato and Aristotle in favour of
Cic:Rep_4.4   States rather than your beloved Plato, whom you do not even
Cic:Rep_6.4   . . . [ that Plato ] was rather jesting than
Cic:Tusc_1.20   a great while before by Plato. Xenocrates denied that the soul
Cic:Tusc_1.39     It is reported of Plato, that he came into Italy
Cic:Tusc_1.49   the opinion of Pythagoras and Plato may not be true: but
Cic:Tusc_1.53   is founded that reason of Plato's, which is explained by Socrates
Cic:Tusc_1.55   be called, who dissent from Plato and Socrates and that school,)
Cic:Tusc_1.57   countless number of circumstances, which Plato will have to be a
Cic:Tusc_1.63   the very same thing as Plato's God, in his Timaeus who
Cic:Tusc_1.64   we call that but, as Plato says, a gift, or as
Cic:Tusc_1.70   as is the opinion of Plato, or if, as Aristotle thinks,
Cic:Tusc_1.79   he dissents from his master, Plato ? whom he everywhere calls
Cic:Tusc_1.84   had read a book of Plato's. The book I mentioned of
Cic:Tusc_1.97   a speech is that which Plato makes him deliver before his
Cic:Tusc_2.8   manner as all men read Plato, and the other Socratics, with
Cic:Tusc_2.27   all its vigour and energy. Plato therefore was right in banishing
Cic:Tusc_3.36   [36] Should Pythagoras, Socrates, or Plato, say to me, Why are
Cic:Tusc_3.43   a water-organ rather than to Plato ? or lay before him
Cic:Tusc_4.10   Pythagoras, and afterwards that of Plato ; for they both divide
Cic:Tusc_4.44   that Pythagoras, Democritus, and Plato, visited the remotest parts
Cic:Tusc_4.55   you add Pythagoras, Democritus, and Plato. What, do you then call
Cic:Tusc_4.71   some amongst us philosophers (and Plato is at the head of
Cic:Tusc_5.8   man, and a pupil of Plato, and to have discoursed very
Cic:Tusc_5.11   the memory and writings of Plato, gave rise to many sects
Cic:Tusc_5.30   become Pythagoras, Socrates, and Plato, to persuade my mind,
Cic:Tusc_5.34   due to the authority of Plato, who often makes use of
Cic:Tusc_5.37   [13.] [37]   From Plato, therefore, all my discourse shall
Cic:Tusc_5.64   then, prefer the life of Plato and Archytas, manifestly wise and
Cic:Tusc_5.100   that having supped with Plato, and being extremely delighted
Cic:Tusc_5.109   lived at Athens? Or did Plato's happiness exceed that of Xenocrates,
Cic:Tusc_5.119   done by the Socratic and Platonic philosophers. Some of these allow
Demetr:Eloc_37   well as in the prose of Plato, Xenophon, Herodotus and
Demetr:Eloc_51   found in a passage of Plato: `when a man suffers music
Demetr:Eloc_56   xpression, [56] & as in Plato `lo mighty Zeus in his heav
Demetr:Eloc_80   greater danger. Plato's employment of metaphors rather
Demetr:Eloc_181-185 *   patetics as well as with Plato, Xenophon and Herodotus;
Demetr:Eloc_265   (Scr. Inc.). & Plato uses the figure in his Funeral
Demetr:Eloc_288   in the `Phaedo,' where Plato desires to reproach Aristip
Demetr:Eloc_290   ading comes the reply of Plato to Dionysius who had broken
DiogLaert_7.36   seven treatises on the Laws of Plato. [37] The next was
DiogLaert_7.77   for instance, "If Plato is alive, Plato breathes;
DiogLaert_7.80   as, for instance, "Plato is not dead and alive at
DiogLaert_7.131   ogenes the Cynic, and by Plato; and then, say they, we sha
DiogLaert_10.8   he used to call Plato's followers Flatterers of Dionysi
DiogLaert_10.14   seven years after the death of Plato. [15] And when he was
DiogLaert_10.25   athematics; a treatise against Plato; another against Aris
DionHal:Din_8   oo, who say they imitate Plato, in their inability to catc
Euseb]:Chron_3   the Egyptian in Plato's book [ Timaeus, 22'B ] rightly
Euseb]:Chron_181   at the same time. Plato mentions this in the Timaeus, as
FGrH_255.3   rst year the philosopher Plato died and Speusippus succee
Julian:Caes_306   ather the universally admired, Plato. He also often convey
Julian:Mis_353   culed in Comedy - I mean Plato and Socrates, Aristotle and
Julian:Mis_354   ty. And another of Plato's laws has made me take thought
Julian:Mis_359   hrough the discourses of Plato and Aristotle, which are
Just_16.5   were disciples of Plato the philosopher, and being desiro
Lucian:Macr_20   ocrates, the disciple of Plato, eighty-four; Carneades,
Lucian:Macr_21   ic, more than eighty-two: [21] Plato the divine, eighty-on
Meleager_4.1   and the golden bough of Plato, ever divine, all shining
Memn_1   was one of the pupils of Plato, and for four years he had
Nepos_7.2   fashion, including Socrates, as Plato mentions in his Banquet.
Nepos_10.2   its way to Sicily that Plato had come to Tarentum, he
Nepos_10.3   to beg Dionysius to summon Plato from Athens and avail himself
Oros_1.9   saved the human race. 3 Plato { Timaeus, } is a
Philoch_223   23 years after the death of Plato, partly in . . . educ
Phld:Acad_11   stayed in the Academy with Plato and Xenocrates, but having won
Phld:Sto_61   indeed a great admirer of Plato and Aristotle, and altered some
Plin:HN_7.110   decked with garlands to meet Plato the high priest of wisdom,
Plinius:Ep_1.10   and loftiness that we find in Plato. His conversation flo
Plut:Demetr_1   fied that observation of Plato, " That great parts produce
Plut:Demetr_32   how true the maxim of Plato is, that the man who would
Plut:Mor_176   asked him what he got by Plato and philosophy, he answere
Plut:Mor_836   hyllus's daughter. Plato in his Phaedrus makes mention
Plut:Mor_840   up under Socrates and Plato; but Caecilius will have
Plut:Mor_841   instruction in philosophy from Plato the philosopher. But
Plut:Mor_844   ted Thucydides and Plato, and some affirm that he more
Plut:Mor_845   following year, in which Plato died, Philippus overthrew
Plut:Mor_848   een a pupil of the philosopher Plato and of the orator
Plut:Phoc_3   lived in the republic of Plato, not in the dregs of Romulu
Plut:Phoc_4   he was in tuition with Plato, and afterwards with Xenocr
PsCallisth_2.4   ysias favoured it. Plato agreed, the Amphictyons voted for
THI_166.B   Invective against the School of Plato
ValMax_1.6e.3   Midas, and the eloquence of Plato in their sleep, I will
ValMax_1.8e.1   less surprising; who, as Plato affirmed, after he was
ValMax_4.1e.2   was over-liberal, that of Plato more reasonable. For being
ValMax_4.1e.3   deserve a commendation equal with Plato for literary studies, but of
ValMax_5.10e.2   pupils of Socrates next to Plato in the highest rank of
ValMax_7.2e.4   sense was the saying of Plato, who said that the world
ValMax_8.7e.3   [7e.3]   Plato had Athens as his birthplace,
ValMax_8.12e.1   by the learned breast of Plato. When the contractors came to

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