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“Then tell me, have you got that?”

“Yes, Socrates, I think I can show myself to be as just as any man.”

“And have just men, like carpenters, their works?”

“Yes, they have.”

“And as carpenters can point out their works, should just men be able to rehearse theirs?”

“Do you suppose,” retorted Euthydemus, “that I am unable to rehearse the works of justice? Of course I can, — and the works of injustice too, since there are many opportunities of seeing and hearing of them every day.”

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