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[106e] is also indestructible, would not the soul, if it is immortal, be also imperishable?”

“Necessarily.''

“Then when death comes to a man, his mortal part, it seems, dies, but the immortal part goes away unharmed and undestroyed, withdrawing from death.”

“So it seems.”

“Then, Cebes,” said he, “it is perfectly certain


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