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[7] namely, that human ills would only then cease and disappear when, by some divine felicity, the power of a king should be united in one person with the insight of a philosopher, thereby establishing virtue in control and mastery over vice. ‘Blessed,’ indeed, is such a wise man ‘in himself, and blessed, too, are those who hear the words of wisdom issuing from his lips.’ 1

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