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[612e] “Then,” said I, “will not the first of these restorations be that the gods certainly1 are not unaware2 of the true character of each of the two, the just and the unjust?” “We will restore that,” he said. “And if they are not concealed, the one will be dear to the gods3 and the other hateful to them, as we agreed in the beginning.4” “That is so.” “And shall we not agree that all things that come from the gods

1 γεvi termini. Cf. 379 A and Class. Phil. x. p. 335.

2 Cf. 365 D.

3 Cf. Phileb. 39 E.

4 Cf. 352 B.

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