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[34c] we call everything of that kind recollection.

You are right.

Now my reason for saying all this is—


That henceforth we may comprehend as completely and clearly as possible the pleasure of the soul, and likewise its desire, apart from the body; for both of these appear to be made plain by what has been said about memory and recollection.

Let us, then, Socrates, discuss the next point.

We must, it seems, consider many things in relation to the origin and general aspect of pleasure;

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