"Then this seems to be the kind of power it has; Wherever it is, city or nation or army or anything else, first it makes it unable to act with itself because of fractions and quarrels, next it is an enemy both to itself and to every adversary and to the just.  Is that correct?"


"Then in one person, I think it will work all which its nature is to do; first it will make him unable to act, because he is in rebellion within and not of one mind with himself; next, it will make him an enemy both t himself and to the just, isn’t that so?"

Plato’s Republic Book 1

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