If the perceptible is annihilated, perception also will cease to exist; but the annihilation of perception does not cancel the existence of the perceptible.
The individual man or ox is not defined with reference to something external.
MENO: I should answer that bees do not
differ from one another, as bees.
The Romans, in the countries which they annexed, observed closely these measures; they sent colonies and maintained friendly relations with[*] the minor powers, without increasing their strength; they kept down the greater, and did not
allow any strong foreign powers to gain authority.
Jacinta, -- now indeed, Jacinta, I thought not
of the jewels.
But Paley appears never to have contemplated those cases to which the rule of expediency does not
apply, in which a people, as well and an individual, must do justice, cost what it may.
I could not
stand your countenance dressed up in woe and paleness.
Accordingly I went to one who had the reputation of wisdom, and observed him--his name I need not
mention; he was a politician whom I selected for examination--and the result was as follows: When I began to talk with him, I could not
help thinking that he was not
really wise, although he was thought wise by many, and still wiser by himself; and thereupon I tried to explain to him that he thought himself wise, but was not
really wise; and the consequence was that he hated me, and his enmity was shared by several who were present and heard me.
But I do not
allege this as the reason, for I had the same feeling for Pope, who was not
like either of them.
Far otherwise; if he did would not
be the simple, amusing creature which he is.
SOCRATES: But I do not
think that the ship will be here until to-morrow; this I infer from a vision which I had last night, or rather only just now, when you fortunately allowed me to sleep.
I hope I am not
less so now," she replied, very feelingly; "but indeed I cannot go.