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Lo es. -¿La que no está ni más ni menos armonizada participa de la armonía en más o en menos, o por igual? -Por igual. -Por tanto, el alma, puesto que no es ni más ni menos que otra alma eso mismo, alma, ¿no está armonizada ni más ni menos? -Desde luego que no. -Y en tal estado, ¿no puede participar en mayor medida ni de la armonía ni de la inarmonía? -No, desde luego. , páginas 156-167. Platón Librodot Fedón 94a b c d e -Y en tal estado, ¿acaso puede participar en algo más de la maldad o de la virtud un alma que otra, si es que la maldad fuera una inarmonía y la virtud una armonía?

Acaso crees que el poeta compuso estos versos pensando que el alma era una armonía y sólo capaz de ser conducida por los sentimientos del cuerpo, o más bien que era capaz de conducirlos ella y dominarlos, y que era ella algo mucho más divino que según la armonía? -¡Por Zeus, Sócrates, así me lo parece! 77 Los dos versos son de la Odisea XX 17-18. Platón los cita de nuevo en la Rep. III 3904, y sólo el último en Rep. IV 441b. Aquí, con el propósito de recalcar la oposición entre la parte racional y la impulsiva del alma.

Dijo-, dos clases de seres, la una visible, la otra invisible. -Admitámoslo también -contestó. -¿Y la invisible se mantiene siempre idéntica, en tanto que la visible jamás se mantiene en la misma forma? -También esto -dijo- lo admitiremos. -Vamos adelante. ¿Hay una parte de nosotros -dijo él- que es el cuerpo, y otra el alma? -Ciertamente -contestó. -¿A cuál, entonces, de las dos clases afirmamos que es más afín y familiar el cuerpo? -Para cualquiera resulta evidente esto: a la de lo visible. -¿Y qué el alma?

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