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[57a] and elaborate computations—shall we speak of each of these as one or as two?

Protarchus
On the analogy of the previous example, I should say that each of them was two.

Socrates
Right. But do you understand why I introduced this subject?

Protarchus
Perhaps; but I wish you would give the answer to your question.

Socrates
This discussion of ours is now, I think, no less than when we began it, seeking a counterpart of pleasure,


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