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[654d] he yet keeps right in his feelings of pain and pleasure, welcoming everything good and abhorring everything not good.

There is a vast difference between the two cases, Stranger, in point of education.

If, then, we three understand what constitutes goodness in respect of dance and song, we also know who is and who is not rightly educated but without this knowledge we shall never be able to discern whether there exists any safeguard for education

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