[107a] that the soul is immortal and imperishable, and our souls will exist somewhere in another world.”“I,” said Cebes, “have nothing more to say against that, and I cannot doubt your conclusions. But if Simmias, or anyone else, has anything to say, he would do well to speak, for I do not know to what other time than the present he could defer speaking, if he wishes to say or hear anything about those matters.”“But,” said Simmias, “I don't see how I can doubt, either, as to the result of the discussion; but the subject is so great,
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