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"No, indeed; not in the least."
" Come up, then, and see how many forms of vice there are, according to my way of thinking; I mean forms which are worthy of consideration." ,
" I am following you," he replied, "only tell me."
" Well then," I said, "now that we have reached this vantage-ground of the argument, one may look down as from a watch-tower' and see that, while there is one form of virtue, there are countless forms of vice, but that of these there are four in particular which deserve attention."
" What do you mean?" he asked.
" I mean," I replied, "that there would seem to be as many forms of the soul as there are distinctive forms of the State."
" How many do you reckon?"
" There are five forms of the State, and five of the soul," I answered.
" Tell me," said he, "what they are."
" The first form of government," I said, "is that which we have been describing, and it may have two distinct names; for if one man is pre-eminent among the rulers, it will be called a monarchy, and if the authority is shared by more than one, it will be called an aristocracy."

28 Compare above p214-216, where the quest of justice led Socrates and Glaucon to watch a covert dark and difficult to search through; while now they are looking down with clear vision from a mountain top upon the single form of virtue and the countless forms of vice.

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"True."
" This, then, I say is one and the same form of government; for whether the rulers are one or more than one, they will disturb no essential law of the State, provided they have received the training and education which we have described."
" That is a just conclusion," he replied.

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