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The reason why I asked you all these questions is that the rearing of flocks is in part aquatic and in part an affair of the dry land.

Younger Socrates
Yes, that is true.

Then do you agree that we ought to divide the art of tending animals in common into corresponding parts, assigning one part of it to each of these two, and calling one the art of aquatic-herding and the other the art of land-herding?

Younger Socrates
Yes, I agree.

And surely we shall not have to ask

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