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Protarchus
Of course not.

Socrates
And that which feels pleasure, whether rightly or wrongly, will clearly never lose its function of really feeling pleasure?

Protarchus
Yes, that is true, too.

Socrates
Then we must consider how it is that opinion is both true and false and pleasure only true, though the holding of opinion and the feeling of pleasure are equally real.

Protarchus
Yes, so we must.

Socrates
You mean that we must consider this question because falsehood and truth are added as attributes to opinion,


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