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ARESAmateur Radio Emergency Services
ARESAdvanced Reservation Systems, Inc
ARESAvailability, Reliability and Security (International Conference)
ARESAerial Reconfigurable Embedded System (drone)
ARESAutomated Realtime Execution Suite
ARESAmerican Real Estate Society
ARESAssociation for Real Estate Securitization (Japan)
ARESAlternative Retail Electric Supplier (Illinois)
ARESAstromaterials Research and Exploration Science
ARESAdvanced Rheometric Expansion System (Rheometric Scientific, Inc.)
ARESAccommodation and Real Estate Services
ARESAffordable Responsive Spacelift
ARESArchitectural Reasoning for Embedded Systems (ESPRIT Project 20477)
ARESAdministrative Resource Enterprise Services
ARESArchitectures of Networks of Services (France)
ARESAdvanced Research Electromagnetic Simulator
ARESAdvanced Regional Exploratory System
ARESAgent Rescue Emergency Simulator
ARESAir Replacement Engineered Systems
ARESAdministrativní Registr Ekonomických Subjektu (Czech: Access to Registers of Economic Subjects)
ARESArmy of Rage Elite Soldiers (gaming)
ARESAutomated Risk Evaluation System
ARESAdvanced Research and Experiments in Sensing
ARESAdvanced Research EMP Simulator
ARESAutomated Reliability Estimation System
ARESAtlas Régional des Éléments Sensebles (French: Sensitivity Mapping Atlas)
ARESAssociation of Retired ESA (European Space Agency) Staff
ARESAdvanced Reentry System
ARESAgile Responsive Effectiveness Support
ARESAdaptable Range Exercise System (telemetry)
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ANTIGONE Who knows if this world's crimes are virtues there?
Now all my needs are satisfied through thee, And I have naught to fear; but were I king, My acts would oft run counter to my will.
But nobody else should meddle with anything of the kind; and although the rulers have this privilege, for a private man to lie to them in return is to be deemed a more heinous fault than for the patient or the pupil of a gymnasium not to speak the truth about his own bodily illnesses to the physician or to the trainer, or for a sailor not to tell the captain what is happening about the ship and the rest of the crew, and how things are going with himself or his fellow sailors.
Are not the chief elements of temperance, speaking generally, obedience to commanders and self-control in sensual pleasures?
Would you say that these, or any similar impertinences which private individuals are supposed to address to their rulers, whether in verse or prose, are well or ill spoken?
And therefore they are likely to do harm to our young men--you would agree with me there?
When the tables are full of bread and meat, and the cup-bearer carries round wine which he draws from the bowl and pours into the cups, is it fit or conducive to temperance for a young man to hear such words?
But any deeds of endurance which are done or told by famous men, these they ought to see and hear; as, for example, what is said in the verses, He smote his breast, and thus reproached his heart, Endure, my heart; far worse hast thou endured!
Undoubtedly, he said, these are not sentiments which can be approved.
Loving Homer as I do, I hardly like to say that in attributing these feelings to Achilles, or in believing that they are truly to him, he is guilty of downright impiety.
We will not have them trying to persuade our youth that the gods are the authors of evil, and that heroes are no better than men-sentiments which, as we were saying, are neither pious nor true, for we have already proved that evil cannot come from the gods.
They will be vanquished: Dread are our warriors, dread Theseus our chieftain's men.