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[60b] but two in fact as in name, that the good and the pleasant differ from one another in nature, and that wisdomÕs share in the good is greater than pleasureÕs. Is not and was not that what was said, Protarchus?

Yes, certainly.

And furthermore, is not and was not this a point of agreement among us?


That the nature of the good differs from all else in this respect.

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