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" Thucydides says), or learn any thing to their good ; but rather lest they should introduce something contrary to good manners. With strange people, strange words must be admitted ; these novelties produce novelties in thought ; and on these follow views... "
Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men: Corrected from the Greek and Revised - الصفحة 42
بواسطة Plutarch, Arthur Hugh Clough - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 787
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Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1859
...reason why he forbid them to travel abroad, and go about acquainting themselves with foreign rules of morality, the habits of ill-educated people, and...usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence. Hitherto T, for my part, see no sign of injustice or want of equity in the laws of Lycurgus, though...

Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1859
...habits of ill-educated people, and different views of government. Withal he banished from Lacedannon all strangers who could not give a very good reason...usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence. Hitherto I, for my part, see no sign of injustice or want of equity in the laws of Lycurgus, though...

Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek by ..., المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1880
...people, and different views of government. Withal he banished from Lacedaemon all strangers who would not give a very good reason for their coming thither...usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence. Hitherto I, for my part, see no sign of injustice or want of equity in the laws of Lycurgus, though...

Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek

Plutarch - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 925
...With strange people, strange words mutt be admitted ; these novelties produce novelties in Ihcugut ; and on these follow views and feelings whose discordant...the state. He was as careful to save his city from I he infection of foreign bad habits, us men usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence....

The Story of Greece

James Albert Harrison - 1885 - عدد الصفحات: 515
...follow views and feelings whose discordant character would destroy the harmony of the state. He was thus as careful to save his city from the infection of foreign bad habits as men usually are to keep out small-pox, cholera, or yellow-fever nowadays. The one great blot — which to some people...

The Story of Greece

James Albert Harrison - 1885 - عدد الصفحات: 515
...follow views and feelings whose discordant character would destroy the harmony of the state. He was thus as careful to save his city from the infection of foreign bad habits as men usually are to keep out small-pox, cholera, or yellow-fever nowadays. The one great blot — which to some people...

Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men

Plutarch - 1888 - عدد الصفحات: 787
...habits of ill-educated people, and different views of government. AVithal he banished from LacedaDmon all strangers who could not give a very good reason...usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence. Hith'-rto I, for my part, see no sign of injustice or svaut of equity in the laws of Lyiii 4:i ;, though...

The Library of Original Sources: The Greek world

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...should inform themselves of and imitate his manner of government (as Thucydides says), or learn anything to their good; but rather lest they should introduce...usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence. Hitherto I, for my part, see no sign of injustice or want of equity in the laws of Lycurgus, though...

Abraham Lincoln: A Constitutional Biography

George Anastaplo - 2001 - عدد الصفحات: 373
...very good reason for their coming thither." Lycurgus did not want to give outsiders an opportunity to "introduce something contrary to good manners": With...discordant character destroys the harmony of the state. [Lycurgus] was as careful to save his city from the infection of foreign bad habits, as men usually...
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The Library Of Original Sources: The Greek World

Oliver J. Thatcher - 2004 - عدد الصفحات: 456
...should inform themselves of and imitate his manner of government (as Thucydides says), or learn anything to their good; but rather lest they should introduce...usually are to prevent the introduction of a pestilence. Hitherto I, for my part, see no sign of injustice or want of equity in the laws of Lycurgus, though...
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