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[841c] by three kinds of force and compelled to refrain from law-breaking.

Clinias
What kinds?

Athenian
That of godly fear, and that of love of honor, and that which is desirous of fair forms of soul, not fair bodies. The things I now mention are, perhaps, like the visionary ideals in a story; yet in very truth, if only they were realized, they would prove a great blessing in every State. Possibly, should God so grant,

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