The cemetery of Mont-Parnasse, called the Eastern cemetery, succeeded to it, and inherited that famous dram-shop next to the Vaugirard cemetery, which was surmounted by a quince painted on a board, and which formed an angle, one side on the drinkers' tables, and the other on the tombs, with this sign: Au Bon Coing.
The second title, "Concerning Justice," is not the one by whichthe Republic is quoted, either by Aristotle or generally in antiquity,and, like the other second titles of the Platonic Dialogues, maytherefore be assumed to be of later date. Morgenstern and othershave asked whether the definition of justice, which is the professedaim, or the construction of the State is the principal argument of thework. The answer is, that the two blend in one, and are two faces ofthe same truth; for justice is the order of the State, and the Stateis the visible embodiment of justice under the conditions of humansociety. The one is the soul and the other is the body, and theGreek ideal of the State, as of the individual, is a fair mind in afair body. In Hegelian phraseology the State is the reality of whichjustice is the ideal. Or, described in Christian language, the kingdomof God is within, and yet develops into a Church or externalkingdom; "the house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens," isreduced to the proportions of an earthly building. Or, to use aPlatonic image, justice and the State are the warp and the woofwhich run through the whole texture. And when the constitution ofthe State is completed, the conception of justice is not dismissed,but reappears under the same or different names throughout the work,both as the inner law of the individual soul, and finally as theprinciple of rewards and punishments in another life. The virtuesare based on justice, of which common honesty in buying and selling isthe shadow, and justice is based on the idea of good, which is theharmony of the world, and is reflected both in the institutions ofStates and in motions of the heavenly bodies. The Timaeus, which takesup the political rather than the ethical side of the Republic, andis chiefly occupied with hypotheses concerning the outward world,yet contains many indications that the same law is supposed to reignover the State, over nature, and over man.
“Very well - go - and don't breathe a word - not that - however, if you didn't read - go now, I have to write up Peeves'report - go—”
‘I want you to write, I must not tell lies,’ she told him softly.
"I never go back on my word," he said. "Besides, Sonya is so charming that only a fool would renounce such happiness."
In his Holy will forever to rest."
? Leo Tolstoy
they were crushed beneath the tread of passers-by the heather was
It is their fault.
`I ought to have done so long ago, if at all.'