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That is true; but I should be surprised if we succeeded in discovering in it any benefit.

That is precisely the point which we must at once try to make plain. Tell me now: can we discern two kinds of fear, of which the one is nearly the opposite of the other?

What kinds do you mean?

These: when we expect evils to occur, we fear them.


And often we fear reputation, when we think we shall gain a bad repute for doing or saying something base;

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