When a man is out of his depth, whether he has fallen into a little swimming-bath or into mid-ocean, he has to swim all the same.
When a person supposes that he knows, and does not know; this appears to be the great source of all the errors of the intellect.
When men speak ill of thee, live so as nobody may believe them.
What you should do, said Socrates, is to say a magic spell over him every day until you have charmed his fears away.
When I kiss Agathon my soul is on my lips, where it comes, poor thing, hoping to cross over.
When [a man] thinks that he is reasoning he is really disputing, just because he cannot define and divide, and so know that of which he is speaking; and he will pursue a merely verbal opposition in the spirit of contention and not of fair discussion.