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[258e] and with its aid they create objects which did not previously exist.

Younger Socrates
To be sure.

Stranger
In this way, then, divide all science into two arts, calling the one practical, and the other purely intellectual.

Younger Socrates
Let us assume that all science is one and that these are its two forms.

Stranger
Shall we then assume that the statesman, king, master, and householder too, for that matter, are all one, to be grouped under one title, or shall we say that there are as many arts as names? But let me rather help you to understand in this way.

Younger Socrates
In what way?


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