“Rightly apprehended,” he said.
“Then, as regards men that speech must be of this kind, that is a
point that we will agree upon when we have discovered the nature of justice
and the proof that it is profitable to its possessor whether he does or does
not appear to be just.” “Most true,” he
“So this concludes the
topic of tales.1
That of diction, I take it, is to be considered next.
So we shall have completely examined both the matter and the manner of
speech.” And Adeimantus said, “I don't understand what