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[26c] I say, on the contrary, she brought salvation. What do you think, Protarchus?

Protarchus
What you say, Socrates, pleases me greatly.

Socrates
I have spoken of these three classes, you observe.

Protarchus
Yes, I believe I understand; I think you mean that the infinite is one class and the finite is another class among existing things; but what you wish to designate as the third class, I do not comprehend very well.

Socrates
No, because the multitude which springs up in the third class overpowers you and yet the infinite also comprised many classes,


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