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[302e] does not that which makes them beautiful belong to both and to each?


Is it, then, for this reason, because each is a pleasure and both are pleasures, that they would be beautiful? Or would all other pleasures be for this reason no less beautiful than they? For we saw, if you remember, that they were no less pleasures.

Yes,I remember.

But for this reason, because these pleasures were through sight and hearing, it was said that they are beautiful.

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