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0 INTRODUCTION  btuten 4:53 724 words Listen PL OK
1 BOOK 1, CHAPTER I. SOCRATES NOT A CONTEMNER OF THE GODS OF HIS COUNTRY, NOR AN INTRODUCER OF NEW ONES  btuten 10:50 Listen PL OK
2 BOOK 1, CHAPTER II. SOCRATES NOT A DEBAUCHER OF YOUTH  RHelfmann 5169 words Claimed May 17 Assigned
3 BOOK 1, CHAPTER III. HOW SOCRATES BEHAVED THROUGH THE WHOLE OF HIS LIFE  Soupy 9:57 Listen PL OK
4 BOOK 1, CHAPTER IV. SOCRATES PROVETH THE EXISTENCE OF A DEITY  Soupy 1990 words 14:51 Listen PL OK
5 BOOK 1, CHAPTER V. THE PRAISE OF TEMPERANCE  RHelfmann 3:17 Listen PL OK
6 BOOK 1, CHAPTER VI. THE DISPUTE OF SOCRATES WITH ANTIPHON, THE SOPHIST  RHelfmann 7:19 Listen PL OK
7 BOOK 2, CHAPTER I. A CONFERENCE OF SOCRATES WITH ARISTIPPUS CONCERNING PLEASURE AND TEMPERANCE  shibetpc 23:28 Listen PL OK
8 BOOK 1, CHAPTER VII. IN WHAT MANNER SOCRATES DISSUADED MEN FROM SELF-CONCEIT AND OSTENTATION  RHelfmann 02:23 Listen PL OK
9 BOOK 2, CHAPTER II. SOCRATES’ DISCOURSE WITH HIS ELDEST SON LAMPROCLES CONCERNING THE RESPECT DUE TO PARENTS  RHelfmann 08:03 Listen PL OK
10 BOOK 2, CHAPTER III. SOCRATES RECONCILES CHAEREPHON AND CHAERECRATES, TWO BROTHERS WHO WERE FORMERLY AT VARIANCE  RHelfmann 1542 words 07:14 Listen PL OK
11 BOOK 2, CHAPTER IV. A DISCOURSE OF SOCRATES CONCERNING FRIENDSHIP  gmdavestevens 622 words 04:05 Listen PL OK
12 BOOK 2, CHAPTER V. OF THE WORTH AND VALUE OF FRIENDS  jenno 2.39 Listen PL OK
13 BOOK 2, CHAPTER VI. OF THE CHOICE OF FRIENDS  jenno 21:21 Listen PL OK
14 BOOK 2, CHAPTER VII. SOCRATES SHOWETH ARISTARCHUS HOW TO GET RID OF POVERTY  jenno 10:59 Listen PL OK
15 BOOK 2, CHAPTER VIII. SOCRATES PERSUADES EUTHERUS TO ABANDON HIS FORMER WAY OF LIVING, AND TO BETAKE HIMSELF TO SOME MORE USEFUL AND HONOURABLE EMPLOYMENT  Kikisaulite 498 words 03:50 Listen PL OK
16 BOOK 2, CHAPTER IX. IN WHAT MANNER SOCRATES TAUGHT HIS FRIEND CRITO TO RID HIMSELF OF SOME INFORMERS, WHO TOOK THE ADVANTAGE OF HIS EASY TEMPER  Kikisaulite 698 words 05:05 Listen PL OK
17 BOOK 2, CHAPTER X. SOCRATES ADVISES DIODORUS TO DO JUSTICE TO THE MERIT OF HERMOGENES, AND TO ACCEPT OF HIS SERVICE AND FRIENDSHIP  Kikisaulite 338 words 02:45 Listen PL OK
18 BOOK 3, CHAPTER I. OF THE QUALIFICATIONS OF A GENERAL  Kikisaulite 1089 words 07:02 Listen PL OK
19 BOOK 3, CHAPTER II. THE CHARACTER OF A GOOD PRINCE  Kikisaulite 2:28 Listen PL OK
20 BOOK 3, CHAPTER III. ON THE BUSINESS OF A GENERAL OF HORSE  DJRickyV 944 words 08:17 Listen PL OK
21 BOOK 3, CHAPTER IV. A DISCOURSE OF SOCRATES WITH NICOMACHIDES, IN WHICH HE SHOWETH THAT A MAN SKILFUL IN HIS OWN PROPER BUSINESS, AND WHO MANAGES HIS AFFAIRS WITH PRUDENCE AND SAGACITY, MAY MAKE, WHEN OCCASION OFFERS, A GOOD GENERAL  DJRickyV 995 words 08:39 Listen PL OK
22 BOOK 3, CHAPTER V. A CONVERSATION BETWEEN SOCRATES AND PERICLES CONCERNING THE THEN PRESENT STATE OF THE REPUBLIC OF ATHENS, IN WHICH SOCRATES LAYS DOWN A METHOD BY WHICH THE ATHENIANS MAY RECOVER THEIR ANCIENT LUSTRE AND REPUTATION  ptfleischman 14:18 Listen PL OK
23 BOOK 3, CHAPTER VI. SOCRATES DISSUADES GLAUCON, A VERY FORWARD YOUTH, FROM TAKING UPON HIM THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC, FOR WHICH HE WAS UNFIT  Soupy 1378 words 10:16 Listen PL OK
24 BOOK 3, CHAPTER VII. SOCRATES PERSUADETH CHARMIDAS, A PERSON OF MERIT AND GREAT CAPACITY, BUT VERY MODEST AND DIFFIDENT OF HIMSELF, TO UNDERTAKE THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC  darrenwb123 5:02 Listen PL OK
25 BOOK 3, CHAPTER VIII. SOCRATES’ DISPUTE WITH ARISTIPPUS CONCERNING THE GOOD AND BEAUTIFUL  darrenwb123 05:34 Listen PL OK
26 BOOK 3, CHAPTER IX. SOCRATES RETURNS SUITABLE ANSWERS TO A VARIETY OF QUESTIONS PROPOSED TO HIM  darrenwb123 08:05 Listen PL OK
27 BOOK 3, CHAPTER X. SOCRATES, IN CONVERSATION WITH SEVERAL ARTIFICERS, A PAINTER, A STATUARY, AND AN ARMOURER, SHOWETH HIS SKILL AND GOOD TASTE IN THE FINER ARTS  mischiefmanaged 11:34 Listen PL OK
28 BOOK 3, CHAPTER XI. DISCOURSE OF SOCRATES WITH THEODOTA, AN ATHENIAN LADY, OF NO GOOD CHARACTER; WHEREIN HE ENDEAVOURETH, IN THE MOST ARTFUL AND ENGAGING MANNER, TO WIN HER OVER FROM THE CRIMINAL PLEASURES TO WHICH SHE WAS ADDICTED UNTO THE SUBLIMER AND MORE INNOCENT DELIGHTS OF PHILOSOPHY AND VIRTUE  pschempf 06:01 Listen PL OK
29 BOOK 3, CHAPTER XII. OF THE NECESSITY OF EXERCISE TO HEALTH AND STRENGTH OF BODY  darrenwb123 4:13 Listen PL OK
30 BOOK 3, CHAPTER XIII. SEVERAL APOPHTHEGMS OF SOCRATES  shibetpc 602 words 04:02 Listen PL OK
31 BOOK 3, CHAPTER XIV. SOCRATES PROPOSETH SOME REGULATIONS FOR THE BETTER MANAGEMENT OF THEIR PUBLIC FEASTS  shibetpc 665 words 04:15 Listen PL OK
32 BOOK 4, CHAPTER I. THAT PERSONS OF GOOD NATURAL PARTS, AS WELL AS THOSE WHO HAVE PLENTIFUL FORTUNES, OUGHT NOT TO THINK THEMSELVES ABOVE INSTRUCTION. ON THE CONTRARY, THE ONE OUGHT, BY THE AID OF LEARNING, TO IMPROVE THEIR GENIUS; THE OTHER, BY THE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE, TO RENDER THEMSELVES VALUABLE  JeremySherwood 05:28 Listen PL OK
33 BOOK 4, CHAPTER II. CONFERENCE BETWEEN SOCRATES AND EUTHYDEMUS, IN WHICH HE CONVINCES THAT YOUNG MAN, WHO HAD A GREAT OPINION OF HIMSELF, THAT HE KNEW NOTHING  Soupy 31:43 Listen PL OK
34 BOOK 4, CHAPTER III. PROOFS OF A KIND SUPERINTENDING PROVIDENCE.—WHAT RETURNS OF GRATITUDE AND DUTY MEN OUGHT TO MAKE TO GOD FOR HIS FAVOURS.—AN HONEST AND GOOD LIFE THE BEST SONG OF THANKSGIVING OR THE MOST ACCEPTABLE SACRIFICE TO THE DEITY  Sapling 13:43 Listen PL OK
35 BOOK 4, CHAPTER IV. INSTANCES OF THE INVIOLABLE INTEGRITY OF SOCRATES.—HIS CONVERSATION WITH HIPPIAS CONCERNING JUSTICE  Sapling 20:43 Listen PL OK
36 BOOK 4, CHAPTER V. OF THE MISCHIEFS OF INTEMPERANCE, AND THE ADVANTAGES OF SOBRIETY  firest0rm 951 words 07:46 Listen PL OK
37 BOOK 4, CHAPTER VI. SOCRATES’ FRIENDS ATTAIN, BY FREQUENTING HIS CONVERSATION, AN EXCELLENT WAY OF REASONING.—THE METHOD HE OBSERVED IN ARGUING SHOWN IN SEVERAL INSTANCES.—OF THE DIFFERENT SORTS OF GOVERNMENT.—HOW SOCRATES DEFENDED HIS OPINIONS  Soupy 13:30 Listen PL OK
38 BOOK 4, CHAPTER VII. METHOD TO BE OBSERVED IN STUDY.—ARTS AND SCIENCES NO FURTHER USEFUL, THAN THEY CONTRIBUTE TO RENDER MEN WISER, BETTER, OR HAPPIER.—VAIN AND UNPROFITABLE KNOWLEDGE TO BE REJECTED  Soupy 905 words 07:03 Listen PL OK
39 BOOK 4, CHAPTER VIII. BEHAVIOUR OF SOCRATES FROM THE TIME OF HIS CONDEMNATION TO HIS DEATH.—HIS CHARACTER SUMMED UP IN A FEW WORDS  RHelfmann 1148 words 06:16 Listen PL OK