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[503e] “Of course.” “They must, then, be tested in the toils and fears and pleasures of which we then spoke,1 and we have also now to speak of a point we then passed by, that we must exercise them in many studies, watching them to see whether their nature is capable of enduring the greatest and most difficult studies

1 In 412 C ff.

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