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childhood up, be most of all a striver after truth in every form.” “By all means.” “But, again, we surely are aware that when in a man the desires incline strongly to any one thing, they are weakened for other things. It is as if the stream had been diverted into another channel.For this figure Cf. Laws 844 A and 736 B, Eurip.Suppl. 1111PAREKTRE/PONTES O)XETO/N, Empedocles, Diels1 195LO/GOU LO/GON E)COXETEU/WNLucretius ii. 365 “derivare queunt animum”; and for the idea cf. also Laws 643 C-D. “Surely.” “So, when a man's desires have been taught to flow in the channel of learning and all that sort of thing, they will be concerned, I presume, with the pleas