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Plato, Menexenus, 246c

nanI shall continue to remind you and admonish you to be zealous to show yourselves supremely valiant. But on this occasion it is my duty to record the message which your fathers, at the time when they were about to risk their lives, enjoined us, in case any ill befell them, to give to those who survived them. I will repeat to you both the words which I heard from their lips and those which they would now desire to say to you, if they had the power, judging from what they actually said on that occasion. You must, however, imagine that you are hearing from their own lips the message which I shall deliver. This, then, is what they said:

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antony,mark Long (2006) 319
caesar,julius Long (2006) 319
cicero Long (2006) 319
cosmology,courage Long (2006) 319
ethics,of stoicism Long (2006) 319
glory Long (2006) 319
honourableness Long (2006) 319
judgement,as basis of emotions,suspension of,see justice Long (2006) 319
panaetius Long (2006) 319
passion Long (2006) 319
plato,cicero on Long (2006) 319
politics Long (2006) 319
utilitarianism,utility' Long (2006) 319