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and yet I asked him, just as you asked me, what is beautiful to all and always.” What do you say? Will you not be angry if I say that?HippiasI know very well, Socrates, that this which I said was beautiful is beautiful to all and will seem so.SocratesAnd will it be so, too he will say for the beautiful is always beautiful, is it not?HippiasCertainly.Socrates“Then was it so, too?” he will say.HippiasIt was so, too.Socrates“And,” he will say, “did the stranger from Elis say also that for Achilles it was beautiful to be buried later than his parents, and for his grandfather Aeacus, and all the others who were bo