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540D - 541B Finally, we repeat, our perfect city is not an idle aspiration, but capable of being realised, when true philosophers become kings and educate the young themselves, after banishing every one above the age of ten. Our account of the perfect city and man is now completed.

εὐχάς. V 450 D note

χαλεπὰ κτλ. See VI 502 C note

πλείους εἷς. See on IV 445 D.

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