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[302b]

Socrates
Then it is not absolutely inevitable, as you said just now, that what both are, each is, and what each is, both are.

Hippias
Not things of this sort, but such as I mentioned before.

Socrates
That suffices, Hippias; for even this is welcome, since it appears that some things are so and some are not so. For I said, if you remember the beginning of this discussion,


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