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[580c] and that he is the one who is the most kingly and a king over himself;1 and declared that the most evil and most unjust is the most unhappy, who again is the man who, having the most of the tyrannical temper in himself, become, most of a tyrant over himself and over the state?” “Let it have been so proclaimed by you,” he said. “Shall I add the clause ‘alike whether their character is known to all men and gods or is not known’2?” “Add that to the proclamation,” he said.

“Very good,” said I; “this, then, would be one of our proofs,

1 Cf. on 570 C, p. 367, note a.

2 Cf. 367 E, 427 D, 445 A, 612 B.

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