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[246e]

Theaetetus
Quite right.

Stranger
Now tell them, assuming that they have become better, to answer you, and do you interpret what they say.

Theaetetus
I will do so.

Stranger
Let them tell whether they say there is such a thing as a mortal animal.

Theaetetus
Of course they do.

Stranger
And they agree that this is a body with a soul in it, do they not?

Theaetetus
Certainly.

Stranger
Giving to soul a place among things which exist?


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