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[6] And since the man who suffers injustice necessarily sustains injury and that against his will, it is evident from what has been said in what the injuries consist; for things good and bad have already been distinguished in themselves,1 and it has been said that voluntary acts are all such as are committed with knowledge of the case.2

1 Book 1.6.

2 1.10.3.

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