DIALOGO DE PLATON PROTAGORAS PDF

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DIALOGO DE PLATON PROTAGORAS PDF

Scene The House of Callias. Where do you come from, Socrates?

Plato's Protagoras

And yet I need hardly ask the question, for I know that you have been in chase of the fair Alcibiades. I saw the day before yesterday; and he had got dialogo de platon protagoras beard like a man-and he is a man, as I may tell you in your ear.

DIALOGO DE PLATON PROTAGORAS PDF

But I thought that he was still very charming. What of his beard?

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Are you not of Homer's opinion, who says Youth is most charming when the beard first appears? And that is now the charm of Alcibiades. Well, and how do matters proceed?

DIALOGO DE PLATON PROTAGORAS PDF

Have you been dialogo de platon protagoras him, and was he gracious to you? Yes, I thought that he was very gracious; and especially to-day, for I have just come from him, and he has been helping me in an argument. But shall I tell you a strange thing? I paid no attention to him, and several times I quite forgot that he was present.

What is the meaning of this? Has anything happened between you and him? For surely you cannot have discovered a fairer love than he is; certainly not in this city of Athens.

What do you mean-a citizen or a foreigner? And is this stranger really in your opinion a fairer love than the son of Cleinias?

And is not the wiser always the fairer, sweet friend? But have you really met, Socrates, with some wise one?

Say rather, with the wisest of all living men, if you are willing to accord that title to Protagoras. Is Protagoras in Athens? Yes; he has been here two days. And do you just come from an interview with him? Yes; and I have heard and said many things.

Then, if you have no engagement, suppose that you sit down tell me what dialogo de platon protagoras, and my dialogo de platon protagoras here shall give up his place to you.

To be sure; and I shall be grateful to you for listening.



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