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Well, I should say that what all the gods love is holy and, on the other hand, what they all hate is unholy.

Then shall we examine this again, Euthyphro, to see if it is correct, or shall we let it go and accept our own statement, and those of others, agreeing that it is so, if anyone merely says that it is? Or ought we to inquire into the correctness of the statement?

We ought to inquire. However, I think this is now correct.

We shall soon know more about this, my friend.

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