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[20e]

Socrates
Let us, then, look at the life of pleasure and the life of wisdom separately and consider and judge them.

Protarchus
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Socrates
Let there be no wisdom in the life of pleasure and no pleasure in the life of wisdom. For if either of them is the good, it cannot have need of anything else, and if, either be found to need anything,


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