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[10b] Socrates. Now tell me, is a thing which is carried a carried thing because one carries it, or for some other reason?

No, for that reason.

And a thing which is led is led because one leads it, and a thing which is seen is so because one sees it?


Then one does not see it because its a seen thing, but, on the contrary, it is a seen thing because one sees it; and one does not lead it because it is a led thing, but it is a led thing because one leads it; and one does not carry it because it is a carried thing, but it is a carried thing because one carries it. Is it clear, Euthyphro,

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