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[198a] you know we started our discussion by considering courage as a part of virtue?

Nicias
Quite so.

Socrates
And you joined in this answer,—that it is a part, there being also other parts, which taken all together have received the name of virtue.

Nicias
Why, of course.

Socrates
Now, do you mean the same as I do by these? Besides courage, I refer to temperance, justice, and other similar qualities. And you also, do you not?


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