Phaedrus (Jowett Translation) - Plato

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The beginning is unbegotten, for that which is begotten has a beginning; but the beginning is begotten of nothing, for if it were begotten of something, then the begotten would not come from a beginning. But if unbegotten, it must also be indestructible; for if beginning were destroyed, there could be no beginning out of anything, nor anything out of a beginning; and all things must have a beginning.

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camberden 2 months ago
I hope you prepared for a boatload of bogottenness.

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