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[667c] but as regards their correctness and utility, what we call the wholesomeness of each article administered is precisely the most perfect element they contain.


Learning, too, is accompanied by the element of charm, which is pleasure; but that which produces its correctness and utility, its goodness and nobleness, is truth.

Quite so.

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