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What is it?

That in which there is no admixture of truth can never truly come into being or exist.

No, of course not.

No. But if anything is still wanting in our mixture, you and Philebus must speak of it. For to me it seems that our argument is now completed, as it were an incorporeal order which shall rule nobly a living body.

And you may say, Socrates, that I am of the same opinion.

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