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Younger Socrates
That is obvious.

Now divide the art of tending herds of walking animals into two parts, assigning one to each class of animals; and define the parts, for if you try to give them names, the matter will become needlessly complicated.

Younger Socrates
How shall I speak of them then?

In this way: say that the science which tends herds of walking animals is divided into two parts, one of which is assigned to the horned portion of the herd, the other to the hornless portion.

Younger Socrates
Assume that I have said that;

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