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[64a] and to try to learn which of its elements is good in man and the universe, and what we should divine its nature to be, to mix these with mind.” Shall we not say that this reply which mind has now made for itself and memory and right opinion is wise and reasonable?

Protarchus
Certainly.

Socrates
But another addition is surely necessary, without which nothing whatsoever can ever come into being.


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