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[291d]

Hippias
I will tell you; for you seem to me to be seeking to reply that the beautiful is something of such sort that it will never appear ugly anywhere to anybody.

Socrates
Certainly, Hippias; now you understand beautifully.

Hippias
Listen, then; for, mind you, if anyone has anything to say against this, you may say I know nothing at all.

Socrates
Then for Heaven's sake, speak as quickly as you can.

Hippias
I say, then, that for every man and everywhere it is most beautiful to be rich and healthy, and honored by the Greeks, to reach old age, and, after providing a beautiful funeral for his deceased parents,


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