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[275d] but had charge of them not singly but in common, and which we at once called the art of the herdsman,—do you remember?

Younger Socrates
Yes.

Stranger
Well, it was in connection with that, somewhere, that we made our mistake; for we never included or named the statesman; unobserved by us he slipped out of our nomenclature.

Younger Socrates
How so?

Stranger
All the other herdsmen have this in common that they feed their respective herds; but the statesman does not, yet we gave him the name of herdsman, when we ought to have given him one


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