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[306c] are usually said to be friendly to one another.

Younger Socrates

Now shall we pay careful attention and see whether this is so simple, or, quite the contrary, there is in some respects a variance between them and their kin?

Younger Socrates
Yes; please tell how we shall investigate the question.

Among all the parts we must look for those which we call excellent but place in two opposite classes.

Younger Socrates
Say more clearly what you mean.

Acuteness and quickness, whether in body or

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