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[350c] “But the just man will not overreach his like but only his unlike?” “Yes.” “Then the just man is like the wise and good, and the unjust is like the bad and the ignoramus.” “It seems likely.” “But furthermore we agreed that such is each as that to which he is like.” “Yes, we did.” “Then the just man has turned out1 on our hands to be good and wise and the unjust man bad and ignorant.”

Thrasymachus made all these admissions

1 Cf. 334 A.

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