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[52d] and the others we shall assign to the class of the limited.

Quite right, Socrates.

There is still another question about them to be considered.

What is it?

What kind of thing is most closely related to truth? The pure and unadulterated, or the violent, the widespread, the great, and the sufficient?

What is your object, Socrates, in asking that question?

My object, Protarchus, is to leave no gap in my test of pleasure

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