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And what knowledge—to repeat what was said a moment ago—makes them rule over their fellow-singers?

That which you just mentioned, the chorus-teacher's.

Well now, what do you call the knowledge of one's fellow-citizens?

Good counsel, I should say, Socrates.

Well, and is the pilot's knowledge evil counsel?

No, no.

Rather good counsel?

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