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Theaetetus
Why, Stranger, I think we are a tame animal, and I agree that there is a hunting of man.

Stranger
Let us, then, say that the hunting of tame animals is also of two kinds.

Theaetetus
How do we justify that assertion?

Stranger
By defining piracy, man-stealing, tyranny, and the whole art of war all collectively as hunting by force.

Theaetetus
Excellent.

Stranger
And by giving the art of the law courts, of the public platform, and of conversation also a single name and calling


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