[106d] but if not, further argument is needed.”“But,” he said, “it is not needed, so far as that is concerned; for surely nothing would escape destruction, if the immortal, which is everlasting, is perishable.”“All, I think,” said Socrates, “would agree that God and the Principle of life, and anything else that is immortal, can never perish.”“All men would, certainly,” said he, “and still more, I fancy, the Gods.”“Since, then, the immortal
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