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Plato to the relatives and companions of Dion wishes well-doing.

The policy which would best serve to secure your real “well-doing”1 is that which I shall now endeavor as best I can to describe to you. And I hope that my advice will not only be salutary to you (though to you in special), but also

1 For this reference to the phrasing of the opening salutation cf. Plat. L. 3 ad init.

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