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[275e] which is common to them all.

Younger Socrates
True, if there were such a name.

Is not caring for herds common to them all, with no especial mention of feeding or any other activity? If we called it an art of tending herds or caring for them or managing them, as all herdsmen do, we could wrap up the statesman with the rest, since the argument showed that we ought to do so.

Younger Socrates
Quite right; but how would the next

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