More than that must be possible, however, before you can have a school of art; namely, that you find places elsewhere than in England, or at least in otherwise unserviceable parts of England, for the establishment of manufactories needing the help of fire, that is to say, of all the +technai banausikai+ and +epirrêtoi+, of which it was long ago known to be the constant nature that "+ascholias malista echousi kai philôn kai poleôs sunepimeleisthai+," and to reduce such manufactures to their lowest limit, so that nothing may ever be made of iron that can as effectually be made of wood or stone; and nothing moved by steam that can be as effectually moved by natural forces.
Thomas Aquinas, Summa, secunda secundæ, quæstio iv., art. 2. "Qué es Verdad?" Kai gar isôs kai malista prepei mellonta echeise apodêmein diaskopein te kai muthologein peri tês apodêmias tês echei, poian tina autên oiometha einai. PLATO: Phædo. Religion is founded upon faith, hope, and charity, which in their turn are founded upon the feeling of divinity and of God.
To ethos to auto, kai ampho despotika ton Beltionon, kai ta psephismata, osper ekei ta epitagmata kai o demagogos kai o kolax, oi autoi kai analogoi kai malista ekateroi par ekaterois ischuousin, oi men kolakes para turannois, oi de demagogoi para tois demois tois toioutois.