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[31c]

Protarchus
What do you think it is?

Socrates
I think pain and pleasure naturally originate in the combined class.

Protarchus
Please, my dear Socrates, remind us which of the aforesaid classes you mean by the combined class.

Socrates
I will do so, as well as I can, my brilliant friend.

Protarchus
Thank you.

Socrates
By combined class, then, let us understand that which we said was the third of the four.

Protarchus
The one you mentioned after the infinite and the finite, and in which you put health and also, I believe, harmony?


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