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[28e]

Protarchus
The two points of view have nothing in common, my wonderful Socrates. For what you are now saying seems to me actually impious. But the assertion that mind orders all things is worthy of the aspect of the world, of sun, moon, stars, and the whole revolving universe; I can never say or think anything else about it.

Socrates
Do you, then, think we should assent to this and agree in the doctrine of our predecessors,


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