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Plato, Menexenus, 246e

nanand whatsoever else ye practice ye must practice it in union with valor, being well assured that when divorced from this all possessions and pursuits are base and ignoble. For neither does wealth bring honor to its possessor if combined with cowardice—for such an one is rich for another rather than for himself,—nor do beauty and strength appear comely, but rather uncomely, when they are attached to one that is cowardly and base, since they make their possessor more conspicuous and show up his cowardice; Soc. and every form of knowledge

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cicero,as translator Long (2006) 291
cicero,on philosophy Long (2006) 291
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cicero,on socrates Long (2006) 291
cicero Long (2006) 291
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