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“Now to seek the Good, Euthydemus: is this the way?”

“What do you mean?”

“Does it seem to you that the same thing is useful to everyone?”


“In fact, what is useful to one may sometimes be hurtful to another, don't you think?”


“Should you call anything good except what is useful?”


“Consequently what is useful is good for him to whom it is useful?”

“I think so.”

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