[71c] “Well then,” said Socrates, “is there anything that is the opposite of living, as being awake is the opposite of sleeping?”“Certainly,” said Cebes.“What?”“Being dead,” said he.“Then these two are generated from each other, and as they are two, so the processes between them are two; is it not so?”“Of course.”“Now,” said Socrates, “I will tell about one of the two pairs of which I just spoke to you and its intermediate processes; and do you tell me about the other. I say one term is sleeping and the other is being awake, and being awake is generated from sleeping, and sleeping from being awake,
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