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Why, you do the same, Socrates.

Then I am just as much in the wrong if I do, as you are. But look here, my gifted friend, perhaps the good is not mere unconditional enjoyment: for if it is, we have to face not only that string of shameful consequences I have just shadowed forth, but many more besides.

In your opinion, that is, Socrates.

And do you, Callicles, really maintain that it is?

I do.

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