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[288a] nothing at all to do with the art we are studying.

Younger Socrates
No, of course not.

And there is a third very large class of possessions to be noticed, differing from these; it is found on land and on water, it wanders about and is stationary, it is honorable and without honor, but it has one name, because the whole class is always a seat for some one and exists to be sat upon.

Younger Socrates
What is it?

We call it a vehicle, and it certainly is not at all the work of statesmanship, but much rather that of the arts of carpentry, pottery and bronze-working.

Younger Socrates
I understand.

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