 About 1,460 results  books.google.com Plato  2010  788 pages One principle prevails in the souls of one class of men, another in others, as may
happen ? Yes. Then we may begin by assuming that there are three classes of
men lovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, lovers of gain? Exactly. And there are ... 

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Republic: "Then we may begin by assuming that there are three classes of men
lovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, lovers of gain?"4 The lovers of wisdom are
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 books.google.com Plato  1976  352 pages Then this, I said, will be our first proof; and there is an other, which may also
have some weight. What is that? ... Then we may begin by assuming that there
are three classes of menlovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, lovers of gain?
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 books.google.com Plato  2007  480 pages If we were to say that the loves and pleasures of this third part were concerned
with gain, we should then be able to fall ... Then we may begin by assuming that
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 books.google.com Plato  1973  552 pages One principle prevails in the souls of one class of men, another in others, as may
happen? Yes. Then we may begin by assuming that there are three classes of
menlovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, lovers of gain? Exactly. And there are ... 

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wisdom, lovers of honor, lovers of gain? Exactly. And there are three kinds of
pleasure, whichare their several objects? Very true. Now, ifyou examine the three
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lovers of ambition, lovers of gain? ... that of others; the moneymaker will contrast
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 books.google.com There are three classes of men; lovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, and lovers of
gain.  Plato 428 BC 347BC; Greek philosopher, mathematician, founder
ofAcademy ofAthens (thefirst institute ofhigher learning), student of Socrates &
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 books.google.com There are three classes of men; lovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, and lovers of
gain.  Plato 428 BC 347BC; Greek philosopher, mathematician, founder
ofAcademy ofAthens (thefirst institute ofhigher learning), student of Socrates &
teacher ... 

 books.google.com David Baggett, Shawn Klein  2004  243 pages Lao Tzu (circa604 B.C.E.) Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is
true wisdom. Mastering others ... as well as I can. Plato (428/7348/7 B.C.E.)
There are three classes of men; lovers of wisdom, lovers of honor, and lovers of
gain. 

 