[92a] before it was imprisoned in the body?”“I,” said Cebes, “was wonderfully convinced by it at the time and I still believe it more firmly than any other argument.”“And I too,” said Simmias, “feel just as he does, and I should be much surprised if I should ever think differently on this point.”And Socrates said: “You must, my Theban friend, think differently, if you persist in your opinion that a harmony is a compound and that the soul is a harmony made up of the elements that are strung like harpstrings in the body.
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