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It was not so a moment since: but now, what do you mean this time? Does friendship arise where there is no agreement? And is it possible that agreement should arise where some know about the business, but others do not?


And are they doing what is just or unjust, when each man does his own business?

What is just, of course.

And when the citizens do what is just in the city, does not friendship arise among them?

Again I think that must be so, Socrates.

Then whatever do you mean by that friendship or agreement

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