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[33c] for another time, if it is appropriate, and we will give mind credit for it in contending for the second place, if we cannot count it for the first.

Quite right.

Now the other class of pleasure, which we said was an affair of the soul alone, originates entirely in memory.

How is that?

We must, apparently, first take up memory, and perception even before memory, if these matters are to be made clear to us properly.

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