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[230a] and sometimes more gently exhorting them—that would most properly be called as a whole admonition.

That is true.

On the other hand, some appear to have convinced themselves that all ignorance is involuntary, and that he who thinks himself wise would never be willing to learn any of those things in which he believes he is clever, and that the admonitory kind of education takes a deal of trouble and accomplishes little.

They are quite right.

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