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Unformatted text preview: (From 5 & 6) 8. Fools and cowards enjoy as much pleasure, and suffer as much distress, as do the clever and the brave. 9. Fools and cowards are as good as the clever and the brave, and the clever and brave are as bad as the fools and cowards. (From 8 & 4 & 7) 10. Bad people are as good as good people, and good people are as bad as bad people. (From 1 & 9) Socrates draws the conclusion that we need to reject premises 3 and 6, and so Callicles hedonism his identification of good with pleasure and bad with distress....
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- Spring '10