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[261a] not his opposite.

Younger Socrates
Quite right.

Stranger
Then since a reasonable distinction between this class and the rest has been made, by distinguishing the commands given as oneÕs own or anotherÕs, shall we again divide this class, if there is in it any further line of section?

Younger Socrates
Certainly.

Stranger
I think there is one; please help me in making the section.

Younger Socrates
On what line?

Stranger
Take the case of all those whom we conceive of as rulers who give commands: shall we not find that they all issue commands


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