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[346c] but under compulsion. So he proceeds to tell Pittacus—I, Pittacus, do not reproach you merely because I am apt to reproach, since—“For my part I am content with whosoever is not evil or too intractable. He who knows Right, the support of a city, is a healthy man; him I shall never blame,” Simonides Fr. 37.1.33ff. for to blame I am not apt. “Infinite is the race of fools.”“
”By this he does not mean to say, as it were, that all things are white

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