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[265d] for you have made it perfectly clear.

Stranger
And furthermore our “king” is very clearly the herdsman of a herd devoid of horns.

Younger Socrates
Of course; that is evident.

Stranger
Let us then try to break up this herd and give the king the part that belongs to him.

Younger Socrates
Very well.

Stranger
Shall we make our division on the basis of having or not having cloven hoofs, or on that of mixing or not mixing the breed? You know what I mean.

Younger Socrates
No. What is it?


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