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What, no difference, do you say? Do you mean that the art of the rhapsode and the general is one, not two?

It is one, to my mind.

So that anyone who is a good rhapsode is also, in fact, a good general?

Certainly, Socrates.

And again, anyone who happens to be a good general is also a good rhapsode.

No there I do not agree.

But still you agree that anyone who is a good rhapsode

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