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Which of Haemon's lines BEST explains his theory of good government?
"...it's no disgrace for a man, even a wise man, to learn any things and not to be too rigid."
"...only the gods endow a man with reason, the finest of all their gifts, a treasure."
"...it would be best by far, I admit, if a man were born infallible, right by nature. If not -- and things don't often go that way, it's best to learn from those with good advice."
"What a splendid king you'd make of a desert island -- you and you alone."
"I'd never suggest that you admire treason."