[71d] and the processes of generation are, in the latter case, falling asleep, and in the former, waking up. Do you agree, or not?”“Certainly.”“Now do you,” said he, “tell me in this way about life and death. Do you not say that living is the opposite of being dead?”“I do.”“And that they are generated one from the other?”“Yes.”“Now what is it which is generated from the living?”“The dead,” said he.“And what,” said Socrates, “from the dead?”“I can say only one thing—the living.”“From the dead, then, Cebes, the living, both things and persons,
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