"Then we shan't regard anyone as a lover of knowledge or wisdom who is fussy about what he studies, especially if he is young and has not yet the judgement to know what is good for him and what is not" (qtd. in The Republic 197).
I don't really like any of these books.
"And if the man who we say holds opinions but does not know is annoyed, and questions the truth of our statement, can we manage to soothe him and win him over gently, without letting him know the extent of his disease?" (qtd. in The Republic 199).
I give up. You're right.
"And they thus find themselves admitting that the same things are both good and bad, don't they?" (qtd. in The Republic 229)
I know I should get something healthier, but your burgers are just so good.