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“And is it not likely that self-control causes actions the opposite of those that are due to incontinence?”


“Then is not the cause of the opposite actions presumably a very great blessing?”

“Yes, presumably.”

“Consequently we may presume, Euthydemus, that self-control is a very great blessing to a man?”

“We may presume so, Socrates.”

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