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[120c] what requires practice, and so ensure that you are perfectly prepared before entering upon a political career.

Why, Socrates, I believe you are right; though I think neither the Spartan generals nor the Persian king are at all different from other people.

But, my excellent friend, consider what this notion of yours means.

In regard to what?

First of all, do you think you would take more pains over yourself

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