Definition of Timocratical
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Literary usage of Timocratical
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1. The Republic of Plato: With Studies for Teachers by Plato, William Lowe Bryan (1898)
"Origin of the timocratical Man. a. Read in 549-550 how an inferior mother ... The timocratical man has " lost his best guardian . . . philosophy tempered ..."
2. The Republic of Plato by Plato (1888)
"... and he is like the timocratical State. Exactly. His origin is as follows : — He is often the young son of a brave father, who dwells in an ill-governed ..."
3. The Republic of Plato by Plato, Benjamin Jowett (1908)
"... up her abode in a man, and is the only saviour of his virtue throughout life. Good, he said. Such, I said, is the timocratical youth, and he is like the ..."
4. The Republic of Plato by Plato (1888)
"Corresponding to this state, we have the timocratical man, in whom the spirited element and the love of honour are also predominant, and whom we may ..."
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