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[633e]

Athenian
At present do we apply the term “bad” to the man who is inferior to pains, or to him also who is inferior to pleasures?

Clinias
To the man who is inferior to pleasures more than to the other, in my opinion. All of us, indeed, when we speak of a man who is shamefully self-inferior, mean one who is mastered by pleasures rather than one who is mastered by pains.

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