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[501d]

Socrates
And is this the case with only one soul, and not with two or many?

Callicles
No, it is also the case with two or many.

Socrates
Then is it possible also to gratify them all at once, collectively, with no consideration of what is best?

Callicles
I should think it is.

Socrates
Then can you say what are the pursuits which effect this? Or rather, if you like, when I ask you, and one of them seems to you to be of this class, say yes, and when one does not, say no. And first let us consider flute-playing. Does it not seem to you one of this sort,


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