[159a] have temperance with you, you can hold an opinion about it. For being in you, I presume it must, in that case, afford some perception from which you can form some opinion of what temperance is, and what kind of thing it is : do you not think so ?I do, he replied.And since you understand the Greek tongue, I said, you can tell me, I suppose, your view of this particular thought of yours?I daresay, he said.Then in order that we may make a guess whether it is in you or not, tell me, I said, what you say of temperance according to your opinion.
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