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"'No, it shall be done,' said Crito, 'Are you sure there is nothing else?'" p. 199.

"We only prepare what we regard as the normal dose," p. 198.

"Calm yourselves and be brave," p. 198.

"'And yet two and three are not opposites,'" p. 182.

"'So it is not only the opposite Forms which cannot face one another's approach; there are other things to which cannot face the approach of opposites," p. 182.

"'I follow and agree perfectly,' said Cebes," p. 182.

"...because this reason for the former becoming two is the opposite of the former one..." p. 172.

"Then listen and I will tell you, Cebes. When I was young I had an extraordinary passion for that branch of learning known as natural science," p. 170.

"...anyone who does not know, and cannot prove that the soul is immortal must be afraid, unless he is a fool," p. 170.

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