Phaedrus (Jowett Translation) - Plato

This quote was added by this
The beginning is unbegotten, for that which is begotten has a beginning; but the beginning is begotten of nothing, for if it were begotten of something, then the begotten would not come from a beginning. But if unbegotten, it must also be indestructible; for if beginning were destroyed, there could be no beginning out of anything, nor anything out of a beginning; and all things must have a beginning.

Train on this quote

Rate this quote:
2.5 out of 5 based on 34 ratings.

Edit Text

Edit author and title

(Changes are manually reviewed)

or just leave a comment:

divine_. 1 year, 11 months ago
and beginnings
camberden 2 years, 3 months ago
I hope you prepared for a boatload of bogottenness.

Test your skills, take the Typing Test.

Score (WPM) distribution for this quote. More.

Best scores for this typing test

Name WPM Accuracy
user77961 125.88 92.9%
hackertyper492 123.17 92.6%
harrypotter_hermione 123.08 98.3%
sputype 119.72 96.9%
tecc 115.01 99.0%
user634563 112.74 94.8%
applesonlsd 112.33 96.6%
penguino_beano 112.26 97.1%

Recently for

Name WPM Accuracy
bladezedd 72.44 91.2%
mmcomando 19.65 94.2%
starrimi 57.23 93.5%
lissac 66.52 97.1%
requiem0724 79.81 96.7%
dagan 70.20 97.3%
il1k3pl4y1ng 64.83 92.4%
algo 106.90 96.9%