[94e] Do you suppose that, when he wrote those words, he thought of the soul as a harmony which would be led by the conditions of the body, and not rather as something fitted to lead and rule them, and itself a far more divine thing than a harmony?”“By Zeus, Socrates, the latter, I think.”“Then, my good friend, it will never do for us to say that the soul is a harmony; for we should, it seems,
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