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[12c] also dread and fear the reputation for wickedness?

Yes, he does fear.

Then it is not correct to say “where fear is, there also is reverence.” On the contrary, where reverence is, there also is fear; but reverence is not everywhere where fear is, since, as I think, fear is more comprehensive than reverence; for reverence is a part of fear, just as the odd is a part of number, so that it is not true that where number is, there also is the odd, but that where the odd is, there also is number. Perhaps you follow me now?


It was something of this sort that I meant before, when I asked whether where the right is, there also is holiness, or where holiness is,

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