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By Raphael Arteau McNeil

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Euthydemus, 291c10-d1. 6. The aporia and the search for the political art Somehow, the discussion has now gone full circle. If the good is to be the science of the right use of everything, this suggests that it is known by the political art, for that art governs the use of the works of all the other arts. The problem with that specification is that the work of statesmanship, especially if that work is understood in itself as the handing down of a science, is not as easy to identify as the works of all the subordinate arts are.

64 We however wonder if it is appropriate to conclude, on the basis of the logical observation that courage and moderation partake of opposites (quickness and slowness), that they are in themselves opposite. The reference to the notion of the opportune should remind us of the notion of the appropriate measure according to which certain things are measured otherwise than in regard to their opposites. We may thus understand that if quickness and slowness are in themselves opposite, it does not follow from this that the goodness of quickness and the goodness of slowness are also opposite.

If we use the tale of the Statesman, we may say that wholeness is so deficient in man that during Cronus’ reign—the age during which men, as individuals and as a tribe, were as naturally whole as they would ever be—men were happier than today’s men, provided that they used their leisure to understand the whole of Nature. In other words, even if human wholeness were naturally granted to man, they would soon discover another wholeness that eludes them and would seek for it. , it escapes man only because of man’s limited and apparently insufficient powers.

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