This paper is part two of an argument that Socrates is an agent-neutral perfectionist (like J. S. Mill) rather than an agent-relative perfectionist (e.g. in Crime and Punishment, the egoist Raskolnikov and the altruist Sophie). The argument is based on Plato's Lysis.
Rudebusch, George, "Socratic Perfectionism II" (2001). The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter. 399.