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[23] Firstly, then, arguments may be drawn from persons; for, as I have already said,1 all arguments fall into two classes, those concerned with things and those concerned with persons, since causes, time, place, occasion, instruments, means and the like are [p. 215] all accidents of things. I have no intention of tracing all the accidents of persons, as many have done, but shall confine myself to those from which arguments may be drawn.

1 v. viii. 4.

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