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[13c] and others bad?

But you will concede that they are unlike and in some instances opposed to each other.

Not in so far as they are pleasures.

Here we are again at the same old argument, Protarchus, and we shall presently assert that one pleasure is not different from another, but all pleasures are alike, and the examples just cited do not affect us at all, but we shall behave and talk just like the most worthless

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