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I did not introduce this question on PhilebusÕ account; but unless we consider these pleasures and those that follow in their train, Protarchus, we can probably never settle the point at issue.

Then we must attack this family of pleasures.

You mean those which are mixed?


Some mixtures are concerned with the body and are in the body only, and some belong only to the soul and are in the soul;

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