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[263a] each of which formed a class.

Younger Socrates
Very true; but thatÕs just the trouble, Stranger: how can we get a clearer knowledge of class and part, and see that they are not the same thing, but different?

Socrates, you most excellent young man, it is no small task you impose upon me. We have already strayed away from our subject more than we ought, and you wish us to wander still farther afield. So for the present let us return to our subject, as is proper; then we will go on the trail of this other matter by and by, when we have time.

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