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[11b] Shall we make a brief statement of each of them?

Protarchus
By all means.

Socrates
Very well: Philebus says that to all living beings enjoyment and pleasure and gaiety and whatever accords with that sort of thing are a good; whereas our contention is that not these, but wisdom and thought and memory and their kindred, right opinion and true reasonings,


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