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[47d] of opposition between soul and body, there is one single mixture of pain and pleasure.

Protarchus
I believe you are quite right.

Socrates
One further mixture of pain and pleasure is left.

Protarchus
What is it?

Socrates
That mixture of its own feelings which we said the soul often experiences.

Protarchus
And what do we call this


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