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[21d] Is that true, or can we imagine any other result?

We certainly cannot.

And can we choose such a life?

This argument, Socrates, has made me utterly speechless for the present.

Well, let us not give in yet. Let us take up the life of mind and scrutinize that in turn.

What sort of life do you mean?

I ask whether anyone would be willing to live possessing wisdom and mind and knowledge and perfect memory of all things,

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