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Cf. Euthydemus, 275e4-6. 36 the Stranger is that, by assigning to the statesman a specific work in order to separate him from all the other craftsmen, he may risk creating another part of the human things. To add another part, that is, to add another “other,” as it were, would only increase the heterogeneity of the human world. Now, the Stranger proceeds to separate the political art from the other arts, but he suggests doing so by the use of a model (paradeigma; 277d1). 5. The art of weaving By weaving, the Stranger means the art of making woollen clothes.
2. 35 In short, the political art is the art of herding human beings and the statesman is the shepherd who attends to the nurturing of a human herd. 36 By way of answer, the Stranger reports the tale about the reign of Cronus. ”37 This state of things came about 34. Statesman, 305d1-2. 35. Cf. Statesman, 267a8-c3. 36. Statesman, 268a2. 37. 157. 30 because not only man but all the parts of the universe were ruled by gods or under the guard of daimones who acted like divine shepherds for each tribe and herd of animals.
67 66. Statesman, 308d1. 67. Cf. Statesman, 309b2-6. 68 The Stranger then turns to the second point, namely, the way in which the statesman’s interlacing proceeds. In order to harmonize together (sunarmosō; 309c2) the two characters, the Stranger says that the statesman must use both a divine and a human bond. The divine bond is anchored in man’s most divine part: the soul. 70 Intermarriage is then the human bond, which, anchored into the animal part of man (the body), ties the two different characters together.
An approach to the ''Laws'': The problem of the harmony of the goods in Plato's political philosophy by Raphael Arteau McNeil