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Isocrates

[ahy-sok-ruh-teez]
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noun
  1. 436–338 b.c., Athenian orator.
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Historical Examples

  • Or Isocrates, that was so cowhearted that he dared never attempt it?

    The Praise of Folly

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • Now it is argued that this must have been written in the youth of Isocrates, when the promise was not yet fulfilled.

  • Or that Isocrates himself is the enemy of Plato and his school?

  • I am now deep in Isocrates and from him I shall pass to Lysias.

  • The school of Isocrates was famous, and his prices very high.


British Dictionary definitions for isocrates

Isocrates

noun
  1. 436–338 bc, Athenian rhetorician and teacher
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