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should not be bastards, but true and genuine sons."
" What do you mean? " he asked.
" In the first place, her votary, as regards his love of labor, should not be ready-to-halt-that is to say, he should not be half laborious and half indolent ; and this is what actually happens when a man is a lover of gymnastics and the chase, and is strenuous in the practice of all sorts of bodily exercises, but shows no taste for study, and has an aversion for listening and inquiry, and fears all intellectual labor, Contrariwise he also is lame whose love of work has taken the opposite turn."
" Nothing can be more true," he replied.
" And in respect of truth," I said, " shall we not in like manner consider a soul halt and maimed, which hates voluntary falsehood, and can neither endure it without loathing in herself, nor without indignation in others, yet readily tolerates involuntary falsehood, and indulging in ignorance is not abashed at being detected, but is content to wallow therein like a swinish beast in the mire? "
" You are certainly right."
" Furthermore," I continued, " we ought to give the most earnest heed to distinguish the true son from the baseborn with reference to temperance, courage, magnanimity and the other virtues. For whenever they are unable to make the distinctions that relate to these matters, individuals and states unwittingly, in every such event, commit their interests to cripples and bastards, to friends in the one case, and in the other to magistrates."
" That is quite true," he said.

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