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[886e] incapable of paying any heed to human affairs, and that these beliefs of ours are speciously tricked out with arguments to make them plausible.

The assertion you mention, Stranger, is indeed a dangerous one, even if it stood alone; but now that such assertions are legion, the danger is still greater.

What then? What shall we say? What must we do? Are we to make our defence as it were before a court of impious men, where someone had accused us

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