Isocrates, and after him the Emperor Julian, has said that states are immortal, or may be so.
I am now deep in Isocrates and from him I shall pass to Lysias.
Other well-known pests are Pieris brassicae, Virachola Isocrates and Papilio demoleus.
Or Isocrates, that was so cowhearted that he dared never attempt it?
Isocrates draws a vivid and terrible picture of these evils.
Now it is argued that this must have been written in the youth of Isocrates, when the promise was not yet fulfilled.
Those of Aristotle are of questionable genuineness, but we can rely, at any rate in part, on those of Isocrates and Epicurus.
He is said to have been a pupil both of Plato and of Isocrates.
Together with the historian Theopompus he was a pupil of Isocrates, in whose school he attended two courses of rhetoric.
Isocrates said: "Act towards others as you desire others to act towards you."