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[24e] continued repetition might lead to a satisfactory agreement between the questioner and him who is questioned.

Socrates
That is a good suggestion, and I must try to carry it out. However, to avoid waste of time in discussing all the individual examples, see if we can accept this as a designation of the infinite.

Protarchus
Accept what?

Socrates
All things which appear to us to become more or less, or to admit of emphatic and gentle


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