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[63c] comparing them one with another, we think the best to live with is the knowledge of all other things and, so far as is possible, the perfect knowledge of our individual selves.”

Protarchus
“Your reply is excellent,” we shall tell them.

Socrates
Right. And next we must turn to wisdom and mind, and question them. We shall ask them, “Do you want any further pleasures in the mixture?” And they might reply, “What pleasures?”

Protarchus
Quite likely.


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