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Quite true.

And we assert that all these things urge each man often to go counter to the actual bent of his own inclination.

Very frequently.

Now I will define for you, clearly and without complication, my notion of justice and injustice. The domination of passion and fear and pleasure and pain and envies and desires in the soul, whether they do any injury or not, I term generally “injustice”; but the belief in the highest good—

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