Plato

Plato (c. 427-347 BCE)
“A moral person doesn’t set himself up as superior to people who are like him, but only to people who are unlike him; an immoral person, on the other hand, sets himself up as superior to people who are like him as well as to people who are unlike him.”

  • From Plato’s Republic (Chapter 1), translated by Robin Waterfield, 1994.

 

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