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[35] motives are often discussed not merely to convict the accused of the offence with which he is charged, but also to defend him when he contends [p. 221] that his action was right, that is to say proceeded from an honourable motive, a theme of which I have spoken more fully in the third book.1

1 III. xi. 4–9.

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