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[306a] its nature, the manner in which it combines the threads, and the kind of web it produces.

Younger Socrates

It has, apparently, become necessary, after all, to explain a difficult matter.

Younger Socrates
But certainly the explanation must be made.

It is difficult, for the assertion that one part of virtue is in a way at variance with another sort of virtue may very easily be assailed by those who appeal to popular opinion in contentious arguments.

Younger Socrates
I do not understand.

I will say it again in another way. I suppose you believe

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