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[574a] or violence?” “Most certainly.” “And so he is compelled to sweep it in from every source1 or else be afflicted with great travail and pain.2” “He is.” “And just as the new, upspringing pleasures in him got the better of the original passions of his soul and robbed them, so he himself, though younger, will claim the right to get the better3 of his father and mother, and, after spending his own share, to seize and convert to his own use a portion of his father's estate.” “Of course,” he said, “what else?” “And if they resist him,

1 Cf. Aesch.Eumen. 544.

2 Cf. Gorg. 494 A τὰς ἐσχάτας λυποῖτο λύπας.

3 Cf. Vol. I. 349 B f.

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