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Plato, Ion, 540d

nanIon. No. Soc. But he will know what a man should say, when he is a general exhorting his men? Ion. Yes, that sort of thing the rhapsode will know. Soc. Well, but is the art of the rhapsode the art of the general? Ion. I, at any rate, should know what a general ought to say. Soc. Yes, since I daresay you are good at generalship also, Ion. For in fact, if you happened to have skill in horsemanship as well as in the lyre, you would know when horses were well or ill managed:

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1. Seneca The Younger, Letters, 95 (1st cent. CE - 1st cent. CE)

Subjects of this text:

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apocalypticism Tite (2009) 82
aristotle,epagōgē in Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
christ Tite (2009) 82
craft analogy Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
dialectic Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
epagōgē Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
eschatology Tite (2009) 82
generals speech Tite (2009) 82
mccaskey,john Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
plato Tite (2009) 82
semeia group Tite (2009) 82
seneca Tite (2009) 82
socrates,method Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
socrates Tite (2009) 82; Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
socratic problem Wolfsdorf (2020) 190
technē (craft) analogies' Wolfsdorf (2020) 190