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[306d] soul or vocal utterance, whether they are real or exist in such likenesses as music and graphic art produce in imitation of them—have you never yourself praised one of them or heard them praised by others?

Younger Socrates
Yes, of course.

Stranger
And do you remember in what way they praise them as occasion offers?

Younger Socrates
Not in the least.

Stranger
I wonder if I can express to you in words what I have in mind.


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