Top 10 Quotes From Apology by Plato
"I found that the men most in repute were all but the most foolish; and that others less esteemed were really wiser and better." , Plato.
"Not by wisdom do poets write poetry, but by a sort of genius and inspiration; they are like diviners or soothsayers who also say many fine things, but do not understand the meaning of them." , Plato.
"For the fear of death is indeed the pretence of wisdom, and not real wisdom, being a pretence of knowing the unknown and no one knows whether death, which men in their fear apprehend to be the greatest evil, may not be the greatest good." , Plato.
"Not to take thought for your persons or your properties, but first and chiefly to care about the greatest improvement of the soul." , Plato.
"I tell you that virtue is not given by money, but that from virtue comes money and every other good of man, public as well as private." , Plato.