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[60a] is an excellent one.

Protarchus
Surely.

Socrates
Well then, in GodÕs name; I think this is the gist of our discussion.

Protarchus
What is it?

Socrates
Philebus says that pleasure is the true goal of every living being and that all ought to aim at it, and that therefore this is also the good for all, and the two designations “good” and “pleasant” are properly and essentially one; Socrates, however, says that they are not one,


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