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Assume that some of the affections of our body are extinguished in the body before they reach the soul, leaving the soul unaffected, and that other affections permeate both body and soul and cause a vibration in both conjointly and in each individually.

Let us assume that.

Shall we be right in saying that the soul forgets those which do not permeate both, and does not forget those which do?

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