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[790b] in the States may perhaps listen, and so come to the right conclusion that, unless private affairs in a State are rightly managed, it is vain to suppose that any stable code of laws can exist for public affairs; and when he perceives this, the individual citizen may of himself adopt as laws the rules we have now stated, and, by so doing and thus ordering aright both his household and his State, may achieve happiness.

Clinias
Such a result seems quite probable.

Athenian
Consequently we must not desist from this kind of legislation until we have described in detail the treatment suited for the souls

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