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[72d] You take my meaning, do you not?

My impression is that I do; but still I do not yet grasp the meaning of the question as I could wish.

Is it only in the case of virtue, do you think, Meno, that one can say there is one kind belonging to a man, another to a woman, and so on with the rest, or is it just the same, too, in the case of health and size and strength? Do you consider that there is one health for a man, and another for a woman? Or, wherever we find health, is it of the same character universally,

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