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is nothing else than the advantage of the stronger. Well, why do you not praise me? But you won't."
" Yes, I will if I shall first learn what you mean ; for, as it is, I do not yet understand. You say the advantage of the stronger is just. And what in the world do you mean by that, Thrasymachus ? For you surely do not intend to say, for example, that if Polydamas " the pancratiast is stronger than we, and if beef is the proper diet to satisfy his bodily wants, this food is at once advantageous and right for us also who are weaker than he."
" Socrates," he said, "you are outrageous ; you take me in that way by which you may do my argument the greatest damage."
" Not at all, my excellent friend," I replied, "but state more clearly what you mean."
" And are you not then aware," he said, "that some cities are governed by tyrants, while others have a democratic constitution, and others still are ruled by the nobles?"
" It cannot be denied."
" Then, is that which holds the power in each city the governing body?"
" Certainly."
" The government in each case makes the laws for its own advantage,-a democracy, laws of a democratic tendency, a tyranny, laws favorable to

15. Polydamas was a celebrated Thessalian athlete mentioned by Pausanias. A scholiast says of him that he was a very famous pancratiast of great stature who lived for a time at the court of Darius Ochus, where he "slew lions and fought unarmed with armed men."

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