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[52e] and knowledge, if some part of each of them is pure and some part impure, in order that each of them may offer itself for judgement in a condition of purity, and thus make the judgement easier for you and me and all our audience.

Protarchus
Quite right.

Socrates
Very well, let us adopt that point of view towards all the classes which we call pure. First let us select one of them and examine it.


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