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You are right in your reminder, and I am still ready to do so, now that you and Megillus have both expressed your willingness to listen to me.

Of course we shall listen, if only on account of the surprising paradox that, of his own free will, a man ought to plunge into the depths of depravity.

Depravity of soul, you mean, do you not?


And how about plunging into a bad state of body, such as leanness or ugliness or impotence? Should we be surprised if a man of his own free will ever

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