[199e] “Then will you give me just a few more answers,” said Socrates, “so that you may the better grasp my meaning? Suppose I were to ask you, ‘Well now, a brother, viewed in the abstract, is he brother of somebody or not?’”“He is,” said Agathon.“That is, of brother or of sister?” He agreed.“Now try and tell me about Love: is he a love of nothing or of something?”
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