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Plato, Menexenus, 247e

nanand of a like bravery themselves; whereas if they give way they will afford grounds for suspecting either that they are no fathers of ours or that we have been falsely belauded. But neither of these should they allow; rather should they belaud us most by their actions, showing themselves plainly to be in very truth the manly fathers of us men. That ancient saying, Nothing overmuch is judged to be a noble saying; and in truth it is well said. Soc. For that man is best prepared for life who makes all that concerns his welfare depend upon himself, or nearly so

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cicero,as translator Long (2006) 291
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cicero Long (2006) 291
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