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inward beauty present in the soul with outward beauty of form, the two kinds being in perfect agreement and harmony, as sharing the same nature, this will be the fairest sight to him who has an eye to see it?"
" Assuredly."
" But what is fairest is also loveliest."
" Yes."
" And the truly musical man will therefore love those who have most of moral and physical beauty; but one who is inharmonious he will not love."
" I agree with you, if there is a defect in his soul, but if there is merely some bodily infirmity, he will endure it and not withhold his friendship."
" I understand," I said, "that you have or have had a favorite of this kind, and I yield the point. But tell me this: has excessive pleasure any fellowship with temperance?"
" How could that be," he replied, " since it unset
tles the mind no less than excess of pain?"
" Or any fellowship with other virtues ?"
" None whatever."
" Well; has it any fellowship with wantonness and intemperance ? "
" More than with anything else."
" Can you mention any greater or keener pleasure than that of sensual love?"
" I cannot," he answered, "nor yet one that is nearer akin to madness."
" On the contrary true love is in its nature the temperate and harmonious love of what is orderly and beautiful?"

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