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[332e] He assented.

Now if it is done in an opposite way, it must be done by an opposite?


And one is done by temperance, and the other by folly?


In an opposite way?


And by opposite faculties?


Then folly is opposite to temperance


Now do you recollect that in the previous stage we have agreed that folly is opposite to wisdom?

He admitted this.

And that one thing has but one opposite?


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