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[260b] but these two classes differ from one another in the matter of judging and commanding. Am I right?

Younger Socrates
I think so.

Stranger
Then if we bisected intellectual science as a whole and called one part the commanding and the other the judging part, might we say we had made fitting division?

Younger Socrates
Yes, in my opinion.

Stranger
And surely when men are doing anything in common it is pleasant for them to agree.

Younger Socrates
Of course it is.

Stranger
On this point, then, so long as we ourselves are in agreement, we need not bother about the opinions of others.

Younger Socrates
Of course not.


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