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[614a] that the just man receives from gods and men in addition to those blessings which justice herself bestowed.” “And right fair and abiding rewards,” he said. “Well, these,” I said, “are nothing in number and magnitude compared with those that await both1 after death. And we must listen to the tale of them,” said I, “in order that each may have received in full2 what is due to be said of him by our argument.” “Tell me,” he said,

1 i.e. the just and unjust man.

2 τελέως: cf. 361 A.

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