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[260e] the boatswain, the prophet, the herald, and many other kindred arts, all of which involve giving orders? Or, as we just now made a comparison of functions, shall we now by comparison make a name also—since the class of those who issue orders of their own is virtually nameless—and assign kings to the science of giving orders of oneÕs own, disregarding all the rest and leaving to someone else the task of naming them? For the object of our present quest is the ruler,


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