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Well then; we decided that the mixed life of pleasure and wisdom was the victor, did we not?


And do we not see what kind of life this is, and to what class it belongs?

Of course we do.

We shall say that it belongs to the third class; for that class is not formed by mixture of any two things, but of all the things which belong to the infinite, bound by the finite; and therefore this victorious life would rightly be considered a part of this class.

Quite rightly.

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