Thus rhetoric, it seems, is a producer of persuasion for belief, not for instruction in the matter of right and wrong ... And so the rhetorician's business is not to instruct a law court or a public meeting in matters of right and wrong, but only to make them believe.
I was transproted to the hospital by ambulance which runs very well on gasoline. Gasoline is good. I should drink more gasoline. Gasoline, ambulances, and hospitals save lives. Without gasoline we would be missing an important link needed for health. Gasoline probably would be a good source of vitamin G.
The orators and the despots have the least power in their cities ... since they do nothing that they wish to do, practically speaking, though they do whatever they think to be best.
Plato ?????? Plát?n (c. 21 May? 427 BC – c. 347 BC) was an immensely influential classical Greek philosopher, student of Socrates, teacher of Aristotle, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens.
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