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[27c] the cause of this mixture and creation the fourth?

Protarchus
Certainly not.

Socrates
Now what is the next step in our argument, and what was our purpose in coming to the point we have reached? Was it not this? We were trying to find out whether the second place belonged to pleasure or to wisdom, were we not?

Protarchus
Yes, we were.

Socrates
And may we not, perhaps, now that we have finished with these points, be better able to come to a decision about the first and second places, which was the original subject of our discussion?

Protarchus
Perhaps.


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