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the argument will not allow, nor that the soul in its truest nature is such as to be full of great diversity, variety, and difference from itself."
" What do you mean?" he asked.
" Eternal as we have just shown the soul to be, a thing not easily proved, if compounded out of many and that not in the very best manner."
" Really, that is improbable."
" Yet, our recent argument and the other proofs demonstrate beyond controversy the immortality of the soul. But to see it as it is in truth, we ought not to see it, as we do at present, contaminated by association with the body and other evils, but we should behold it carefully by the aid of reason, as it is when -purified, and then we shall discern its surpassing beauty and shall discern more clearly the nature of justice and injustice and all that we have now discussed. But now we have spoken the truth about it, as it is at present. We have beheld it in its present situation as those who look upon the sea god Glaucus are no longer able to distinguish his original form, since the old limbs of his body have been broken off, and crushed, and completely marred by the waves, and since he is encrusted with shell-fish and sea-weed and stones, so that he resembles in every respect a wild beast rather than his original form. Even so we behold the soul reduced to a like condition by countless evils. But, my dear Glaucon, we must look yonder."
" Which way? " he asked.
" To the soul's love of wisdom, that we may learn with what she is occupied and after what

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