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[40e]

Protarchus
This also, Socrates, must inevitably be the case.

Socrates
And the same may be said of fear and anger and all that sort of thing—that they are all sometimes false?

Protarchus
Certainly.

Socrates
Well, can we say that opinions become bad or good except as they become false?

Protarchus
No.

Socrates
And we understand, I believe, that pleasures also


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