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[307a] the gentle type of movement in many actions?

Younger Socrates
We do, decidedly.

And in doing so, do we not say the opposite of what we said about the other class?

Younger Socrates
How is that?

We are always saying “How quiet!” and “How restrained!” when we are admiring the workings of the mind, and again we speak of actions as slow and gentle, of the voice as smooth and deep, and of every rhythmic motion and of music in general as having appropriate slowness;

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