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[40a] is the reverse?

Protarchus
Of course.

Socrates
But, as we were just now saying, every man is full of many hopes?

Protarchus
Yes, to be sure.

Socrates
And there are in all of us written words which we call hopes?

Protarchus
Yes.

Socrates
And also the images painted there; and often a man sees an abundance of gold coming into his possession, and in its train many pleasures; and he even sees a picture of himself enjoying himself immensely.


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