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[304a] of the general and of the judge and that kind of oratory which partakes of the kingly art because it persuades men to justice and thereby helps to steer the ship of state. Now in what way shall we most easily eliminate these and show him whom we seek alone by himself and undisguised?

Younger Socrates
Clearly we must do this somehow.

Then if it is a question of trying, he will be shown. But I think we had better try to disclose him by means of music. Please answer my question.

Younger Socrates
What is it?

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