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[4] To say that “ None would be vile, and none would not be blest

1 seems to be half false, though half true: it is true that no one is unwilling to be blessed, but not true that wickedness is involuntary;

1 Anon. Possibly a verse of Solon. Doubtless πονηρός, translated ‘vile’ to suit the context here, in the original meant ‘wretched.’

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