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[957e] the increase of what is just, and for the bad a change as great as possible from their ignorance, intemperance and cowardice, and, in short, from their general iniquity,—that is to say, for all the bad whose opinions are curable; but for those whose opinions are really fixed by Fate,1—if they assigned death as a cure

1 i.e. men whose false beliefs are ineradicable, beyond hope of conversion.

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