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[65a] let us run it down with three—beauty, proportion, and truth, and let us say that these, considered as one, may more properly than all other components of the mixture be regarded as the cause, and that through the goodness of these the mixture itself has been made good.

Protarchus
Quite right.

Socrates
So now, Protarchus, any one would be able to judge about pleasure and wisdom,


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