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‘And (again we feel ourselves slighted) by those who are naturally or habitually disposed to acts of kindness, if they don't extend their kindness to ourselves: for this has the air of contempt, to consider us (αὐτόν is ‘an individual’ opposed to πάντας) unworthy to be treated in the same way as every one else’.

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