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[61b] first found out correctly where he lived, you would have made great progress towards finding him whom you sought.

Yes, certainly.

And just now we received an indication, as we did in the beginning, that we must seek the good, not in the unmixed, but in the mixed life.


Surely there is greater hope that the object of our search will be clearly present in the well mixed life than in the life which is not well mixed?

Far greater.

Let us make the mixture, Protarchus, with a prayer to the gods,

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