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‘And similarly against those that have been accustomed to pay respect and attention to them, if they afterwards cease (to associate or live with them on the same terms) to treat them in the same way: for from such, this seems to imply contempt, otherwise (if their feeling towards them had not changed) they would have gone on doing as they used to do’.

καταφρονεῖσθαι] passive, see Appendix B, on I 12. 22 [at the end of Vol. I].

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