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[12a] Or is all which is holy right, and not all which is right holy, but part of it holy and part something else?

I can't follow you, Socrates.

And yet you are as much younger than I as you are wiser; but, as I said, you are indolent on account of your wealth of wisdom. But exert yourself, my friend; for it is not hard to understand what I mean. What I mean is the opposite of what the poet said, who wrote:“Zeus the creator, him who made all things,

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