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1 “The same state of mind which is absent in the painful feeling will be present in the joy excited by the opposite occasions,” meaning that, if one set of circumstances produces pain, the opposite will produce pleasure （Cope）. Or, omitting οὐκ before ἔχοντες, “For in the same frame of mind as they are pained （at another's good fortune） they will rejoice in the contrary state of things” （at another's bad fortune）.
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