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[129e] the hands and eyes that they use for their work?

Alcibiades
Apparently.

Socrates
And man uses his whole body too?

Alcibiades
To be sure.

Socrates
And we said that the user and what he uses are different?

Alcibiades
Yes.

Socrates
So man is different from his own body?

Alcibiades
It seems so.

Socrates
Then whatever is man?

Alcibiades
I cannot say.

Socrates
Oh, but you can—that he is the user of the body.

Alcibiades
Yes.


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