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And as we said it was harmless and useful to know all the arts throughout our life, if we now say the same of pleasures—that is, if it is advantageous and harmless for us to enjoy all pleasures throughout life—they must all form part of the mixture.

What shall we say about these pleasures, and what shall we do?

There is no use in asking us, Protarchus; we must ask the pleasures and the arts and sciences themselves

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