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But to enjoy oneself when feeling pain you have admitted to be possible.


Hence enjoyment is not faring well, nor is feeling pain faring ill, so that the pleasant is found to be different from the good.

I cannot follow these subtleties of yours, Socrates.

You can, but you play the innocent, Callicles. Just go on a little further,

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