[174d] and beneficially done will be out of our reach if that science is lacking.That is true.And that science, it seems, is not temperance, but one whose business is to benefit us; for it is not a science of sciences and lack of sciences, but of good and evil: so that if this is beneficial, temperance must be something else to us.But why, he asked, should not it be beneficial? For if temperance is above all a science of the sciences,
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