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[61c] to Dionysus or Hephaestus, or whoever he be who presides over the mixing.

By all means.

We are like wine-pourers, and beside us are fountains—that of pleasure may be likened to a fount of honey, and the sober, wineless fount of wisdom to one of pure, health-giving water—of which we must do our best to mix as well as possible.

Certainly we must.

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