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[264a] For if their nature admits of domestication they are called tame; if it does not, they are called wild.

Younger Socrates

But the science we are hunting for was, and is, to be sought among tame creatures, more specifically creatures in herds.

Younger Socrates

Let us, then, not make our division as we did before, with a view to all, nor in a hurry, with the idea that we may thus reach political science quickly,

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