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It is not until later in the dialogue that Socrates reveals to him the necessity of conversing impurely, and that means in the context to speak about knowing and not knowing while trying to answer the question what is knowledge.
4) Other models have generalized Becker's approach to include impurely altruistic motives for giving, such as a desire for acclaim, status, or simply a "warm glow" from giving, where the impure altruism also depends on the contributions of others [Andreoni 1989, 1990].
But instead, he did not live impurely or unchastely.