[173a] to show what good effect it has on us.How so? he asked: tell us, in order that we on our side may know what you mean.I expect, I said, I am talking nonsense: but still one is bound to consider what occurs to one, and not idly ignore it, if one has even a little concern for oneself.And you are quite right, he said.Hear then, I said, my dream, whether it has come through horn or through ivory.1 Suppose that temperance were such as we now define her,
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