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[812a] Here and herewith let me end my homily concerning writing-masters and writings.

Judged by our original intention, Stranger, I certainly do not think that we have diverged from the line of argument we intended; but about the matter as a whole it is hard, no doubt, to be sure whether or not we are right.

That, Clinias, (as we have often said) will probably become clearer of itself1 when we arrive at the end of our whole exposition concerning laws.

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