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[215c] And if they do not set a high value on each other, they cannot be friends. True.

Now observe, Lysis, how we are missing the track. Can it be, indeed, that we are deceived in the whole matter? How so? he asked. Once on a time I heard somebody say, and I have just recollected it, that like was most hostile to like, and so were good men to good men; and what is more, he put forward Hesiod as witness, by quoting his words—“See potter wroth with potter, bard with bard,

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