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[33] The juridical is that known in Greek as δικαιολογικός But just as Archedemus would not recognise the qualitative basis, so these reject the definitive which they include in the juridical, holding [p. 427] that in these questions we have to enquire whether it is just that the act with which the accused is charged should be called sacrilege or theft or madness.

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