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" Pli&do of Plato. With a firm and cheerful countenance he drank the cup of hemlock amidst his sorrowing and weeping friends. His last words were addressed to Crito : — " Crito, we owe a cock to ^Esculapius ;* discharge the debt, and by no means omit... "
A Smaller History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest - Page 140
by William Smith - 1889 - 248 pages
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A History of Greece ...

George Grote - Greece - 1850 - 710 pages
...84 E. dressed to Krito immediately before he passed into a state of insensibility, were — " Krito, we owe a cock to ^Esculapius : discharge the debt, and by no means omit it 1." Originality Thus perished the " parens philosophiae" — the first of Ethical philosophers ; a...
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History of Greece, Volume 8

George Grote - Greece - 1850 - 706 pages
...words, addressed to Krito immediately before he passed into a state of insensibility, were—" Krito, we owe a cock to ^Esculapius: discharge the debt, and by no means omit it1." 0 fs gt k' aU ', y Thus perished the " parens philosophic"—the first of Ethical philosophers...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 88

1851 - 354 pages
...last words addressed to his friend immediately before he passed into a state of insensibility' — ' Crito, we owe a cock to ^Esculapius — discharge the debt, and by no means forget it.' Perhaps in Mr. Grote's narrative — perhaps in our own as condensed from it, the readers...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 88

1851 - 606 pages
...last words addressed to his friend immediately before he passed into a state of insensibility' — 'Crito, we owe a cock to .^Esculapius — discharge the debt, and by no means forget it.' Perhaps in Mr. Grote's narrative — perhaps in our own as condensed from it, the readers...
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The National Magazine, Volume 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - American essays - 1852 - 584 pages
...last words addressed to his friend immediately before he passed into a state of insensibility," — " Crito, we owe a cock to .┐Esculapius — discharge the debt, and by no means forget it." ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE EEALITY OF THE GOSPEL HISTORY. Of those comparisons which have again...
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest. With ...

William Smith - Greece - 1854 - 676 pages
...immortality of the soul, and has been recorded, and probably embellished, in the Pheeito of Plato. With a firm and cheerful countenance he drank the...no means omit it." Thus perished the greatest and mos^. original of the Grecian philosophers, whose uninspired wisdom made the nearest approach to the...
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A History of Greece, from the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest ...

William Smith - Greece - 1854 - 748 pages
...weeping friends. His last words were addressed to Crito : — " Crito, we owe a cock to .jisculapius ;* discharge the debt, and by no means omit it." Thus...nearest approach to the divine morality of the Gospel. * In allusion to the sacrifice usually offered liy sick persons to that deity on their recovery. BnstofSocrates....
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest, with ...

William Smith - Greece - 1855 - 722 pages
...weeping friends. His last words were addressed to Crito: — " Crito, we owe a cock to JEsculapius ; * discharge the debt, and by no means omit it." Thus...nearest approach to the divine morality of the Gospel, f * In allusion to the sacrifice usually offered by sick persons to that deity on their recovery. t...
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest, with ...

William Smith - Greece - 1855 - 708 pages
...friends. His last words were addressed to Crito: — • " Crito, we owe a cock to JEsculapius ; * discharge the debt, and by no means omit it." Thus...nearest approach to the divine morality of the Gospel, f * In allusion to the sacrifice usually offered by sick persons to that deity on their recovery. f...
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Life, Teachings, and Death of Socrates: From Grote's History of Greece

George Grote - 1859 - 232 pages
...last words, addressed to Crito immediately before he passed into a state of insensibility, were : " Crito, we owe a cock to ^Esculapius : discharge the...debt, and by no means omit it." Thus perished the "parens philosophic," the first of ethical philosophers ; a man who opened to science both new matter,...
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