[202d] “‘Certainly I do.’“‘But you have admitted that Love, from lack of good and beautiful things, desires these very things that he lacks.’“‘Yes, I have.’“‘How then can he be a god, if he is devoid of things beautiful and good?’“‘By no means, it appears.’“‘So you see,’ she said, ‘you are a person who does not consider Love to be a god.’“‘What then,’ I asked, ‘can Love be? A mortal?’“‘Anything but that.’
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