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[441d] the individual is brave, thereby and so is the state brave, and that both should have all the other constituents of virtue in the same way1?” “Necessarily.” “Just too, then, Glaucon, I presume we shall say a man is in the same way in which a city was just.” “That too is quite inevitable.” “But we surely cannot have forgotten this, that the state was just by reason of each of the three classes found in it fulfilling its own function.” “I don't think we have forgotten,” he said. “We must remember, then, that each of us also in whom2 the several parts within him

1 Cf. Meno 73 C, Hippias Major 295 D. A virtual synonym for τῷ αὐτῷ εἶδει, Meno 72 E.

2 ὅτου: cf. 431 Bοὗ, and 573 Dὧν.

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