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Then, my noble Euthyphro, according to what you say, some of the gods too think some things are right or wrong and noble or disgraceful, and good or bad, and others disagree; for they would not quarrel with each other if they did not disagree about these matters. Is that the case?

You are right.

Then the gods in each group love the things which they consider good and right and hate the opposites of these things?


But you say that the same things are considered right by some of them and wrong by others; and it is because they disagree about these things

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