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[654e] or where it is to be found. Is not that so?

Clinias
It is.

Athenian
What we have next to track down, like hounds on the trail, is goodness of posture and tunes in relation to song and dance; if this eludes our pursuit, it will be in vain for us to discourse further concerning right education, whether of Greeks or of barbarians.

Clinias
Yes.

Athenian
Well then, however shall we define goodness of posture or of tune? Come, consider: when a manly soul is beset by troubles,

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