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[27e]

Socrates
Well then, what of your life, Philebus, of unmixed pleasure? In which of the aforesaid classes may it properly be said to belong? But before you tell me, please answer this question.

Philebus
Ask your question.

Socrates
Have pleasure and pain a limit, or are they among the things which admit of more and less?

Philebus
Yes, they are among those which admit of the more, Socrates; for pleasure would not be absolute good if it were not infinite in number and degree.


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