[358c] or thought of other actions as better than those he is doing, and as possible, will do as he proposes if he is free to do the better ones; and this yielding to oneself is nothing but ignorance, and mastery of1 oneself is as certainly wisdom.They all agreed.Well then, by ignorance do you mean having a false opinion and being deceived about matters of importance?They all agreed to this also.Then surely, I went on, no one willingly goes after evil or what he thinks to be evil;
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