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[22a]

Socrates
How about the combined life, Protarchus, made up by a union of the two?

Protarchus
You mean a union of pleasure with mind or wisdom?

Socrates
Yes, I mean a union of such elements.

Protarchus
Every one will prefer this life to either of the two others—yes, every single person without exception.

Socrates
Then do we understand the consequences of what we are now saying?

Protarchus
Certainly. Three lives have been proposed,


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