[172e] Well, was that, he asked, not a proper admission?Not to my mind, I answered.In very truth, your words are strange! he said, Socrates.Yes, by the Dog, I said, and they strike me too in the same way; and it was in view of this, just now, that I spoke of strange results that I noticed, and said I feared we were not inquiring rightly. For in truth, let temperance be ever so much what we say it is, I see nothing
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