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[25b] all these might properly be assigned to the class of the finite. What do you say to that?

Excellent, Socrates.

Well, what shall we say is the nature of the third class, made by combining these two?

You will tell me, I fancy, by answering your own question.

Nay, a god will do so, if any god will give ear to my prayers.

Pray, then, and watch.

I am watching; and I think, Protarchus, one of the gods has this moment been gracious unto me.

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