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[41c] that when desires, as they are called, exist in us, the soul is apart from the body and separate from it in feelings.

I remember; that was said.

And was not the soul that which desired the opposites of the conditions of the body and the body that which caused pleasure or pain because of feeling?

Yes, that was the case.

Then draw the conclusion as to what takes place in these circumstances.

Go on.

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