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[663c] and by one means or another—habituation, commendation, or argument—will persuade people that their notions of justice and injustice are illusory pictures, unjust objects appearing pleasant and just objects most unpleasant to him who is opposed to justice, through being viewed from his own unjust and evil standpoint, but when seen from the standpoint of justice, both of them appear in all ways entirely the opposite.

So it appears.

In point of truth, which of the two judgements shall we say is the more authoritative,—that of the worse soul or that of the better.

That of the better, undoubtedly.

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