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[131c] his own things, but only things yet more remote than his own things?

Alcibiades
I agree.

Socrates
So that the money-maker has ceased to do his own business.

Alcibiades
Correct.

Socrates
And if anyone is found to be a lover of Alcibiades' body, he has fallen in love, not with Alcibiades, but with something belonging to Alcibiades?

Alcibiades
That is true.

Socrates
Your lover is rather he who loves your soul?

Alcibiades
He must be, apparently, by our argument.

Socrates
And he who loves your body quits you, and is gone, as soon as its bloom is over?

Alcibiades
Apparently.


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