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[30e] that mind belongs to that one of our four classes which was called the cause of all. Now, you see, you have at last my answer.

Protarchus
Yes, and a very sufficient one and yet you answered without my knowing it.

Socrates
Yes, Protarchus, for sometimes a joke is a restful change from serious talk.

Protarchus
You are right.

Socrates
We have now, then, my friend, pretty clearly shown to what class mind belongs


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