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[65b] and to decide which of them is more akin to the highest good and of greater value among men and gods.

That is clear; but still it is better to carry on the discussion to the end.

Let us, then, judge each of the three separately in its relation to pleasure and mind; for it is our duty to see to which of the two we shall assign each of them as more akin.

You refer to beauty, truth, and measure?

Yes. Take truth first, Protarchus; take it and look at the three—mind, truth,

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