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[62b] and other kinds of rules or patterns in building houses?

Protarchus
We call that a ridiculous state of intellect in a man, Socrates, which is concerned only with divine knowledge.

Socrates
What? Do you mean to say that the uncertain and impure art of the false rule and circle is to be put into our mixture?

Protarchus
Yes, that is inevitable, if any man is ever to find his own way home.

Socrates
And must we add music, which we said a little while ago


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