[204e] “‘Well,’ she proceeded, ‘imagine that the object is changed, and the inquiry is made about the good instead of the beautiful. Come, Socrates (I shall say), what is the love of the lover of good things?’“‘That they may be his,’ I replied.“‘And what will he have who gets good things?’“‘I can make more shift to answer this,’ I said; ‘he will be happy.’
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