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[96e] I say this with special reference to our recent inquiry, in which I see that we absurdly failed to note that it is not only through the guidance of knowledge that human conduct is right and good; and it is probably owing to this that we fail to perceive by what means good men can be produced.

To what are you alluding, Socrates?

I mean that good men must be useful: we were right, were we not, in admitting that

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