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[214] and yet they are not able to judge even from these instances the power which education and training have, nor can they see that human nature will respond more promptly than the animals to the benefits of education. In truth, I cannot make up my mind which should astonish us the moreā€”the gentleness which is implanted in the fiercest of wild beasts or the brutishness which resides in the souls of such men.

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