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[79a] and whatever comes without any such quality, vice.

I agree that it must be as you say.

And were we saying a little while ago that each of these things was a part of virtue—justice and temperance and the rest of them?


And here you are, Meno, making fun of me?

How so, Socrates?

Because after my begging you not to break up virtue into small change, and giving you a pattern on which you should answer, you have ignored all this, and now tell me that virtue is

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