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Now is there any existent thing that is not either good or bad or between these—neither good nor bad?

Most assuredly nothing, Socrates.

Well, do you call wisdom and health and wealth and everything else of that kind good, and their opposites bad?

I do.

And by things neither good nor bad do you mean such things

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