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[88e] just as, in the case of the soul generally, we found that the guidance of wisdom makes profitable the properties of the soul, while that of folly makes them harmful?

Meno
Certainly.

Socrates
And the wise soul guides rightly, and the foolish erroneously?

Meno
That is so.

Socrates
Then may we assert this as a universal rule, that in man all other things depend upon the soul, while the things of the soul herself depend upon wisdom,


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