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[66b]

Socrates
Second, then, comes proportion, beauty, perfection, sufficiency, and all that belongs to that class.

Protarchus
Yes, so it appears.

Socrates
And if you count mind and wisdom as the third, you will, I prophesy, not wander far from the truth.

Protarchus
That may be.

Socrates
And will you not put those properties fourth which we said belonged especially to the soul—sciences, arts, and true opinions they are called—


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