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[7d] but let me suggest it. Is it not about right and wrong, and noble and disgraceful, and good and bad? Are not these the questions about which you and I and other people become enemies, when we do become enemies, because we differ about them and cannot reach any satisfactory agreement?

Euthyphro
Yes, Socrates, these are the questions about which we should become enemies.

Socrates
And how about the gods,

Euthyphro
If they disagree, would they not disagree about these questions?

Euthyphro
Necessarily.


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