“I once heard from a woman of Mantinea, Diotima – a woman who was wise about many things …
She is the one who taught me the art of love.” (Plato, Symposium 201d)
"Though I crowned you for your first victory, I didn't honor him even though he has never lost an argument in his life."
So Alcibiades took the ribbons, arranged them on Socrates' head, and lay back on the couch. (Plato, Symposium 213e)
Freitag, 17. Mai 2013
Mittwoch, 17. April 2013