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[102a] but if you are a philosopher, I think you will do as I have said.”

“That is true,” said Simmias and Cebes together.

By Zeus, Phaedo, they were right. It seems to me that he made those matters astonishingly clear, to anyone with even a little sense.

Certainly, Echecrates, and all who were there thought so, too.

And so do we who were not there, and are hearing about it now. But what was said after that?

As I remember it, after all this had been admitted, and they had agreed that

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