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“Shall we not, then,” I said, “set down as a study requisite for a soldier the ability to reckon and number?” “Most certainly, if he is to know anything whatever of the ordering of his troops—or rather if he is to be a man at all.1” “Do you observe then,” said I, “in this study what I do?” “What?” “It seems likely

1 Cf. Laws 819 D.

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