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[30d] and a kingly mind were implanted through the power of the cause, and in other deities other noble qualities from which they derive their favorite epithets.


Now do not imagine, Protarchus, that this is mere idle talk of mine; it confirms the utterances of those who declared of old1 that mind always rules the universe.

Yes, certainly.

And to my question it has furnished the reply

1 Anaxagoras and probably some now unknown precursors.

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