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[896c] to say that we find soul to be prior to body, and body secondary and posterior, soul governing and body being governed according to the ordinance of nature.

Yes, most veracious.

We recollect, of course, that we previously agreed1 that if soul could be shown to be older than body, then the things of soul also will be older than those of body.

Certainly we do.

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