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unite in saying: `this is mine, this is not mine, this is foreign to me ?' "
" Doubtless in no other way."
" Now is not that the best ordered state in which the greatest number of persons agree in applying these terms, `mine' and `not mine,' to the same thing?"
" Yes, by far."
" Then, too, is not that city the best governed which comes nearest to the condition of a single individual ? Thus, when just a finger of one of us is struck, the whole fellowship, which pervades the body up to the soul, and forms one system under the ruling principle therein, feels the hurt, and all of it as a whole suffers at the same time the pain of one of its parts ; and so we say the man has a pain ui his finger. And does the same manner of speaking apply to any other part of the body, both with regard to the pain felt when it suffers, and the pleasure felt when it is relieved?"(19)
" Yes, the same," he replied; "and, as your question implies, in the best governed State there is the nearest approach to this community of feeling."
" Then, I suppose, when one of the citizens experiences any good or evil, such a State will be most

19. Warren at this point compares the language of Plato with that of St. Paul: "The eye cannot say unto the hand, I have no need of thee.... God hath tempered the body together, that, whether one member suffer, all the members suffer with it, or one member be honored, all the members rejoice with it. Ep. ad Cor. I, XII, 21, 24 and 26.

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