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But since neither the body nor the combination of the two is man, we are reduced, I suppose, to this: either man is nothing at all, or if something, he turns out to be nothing else than soul.

Precisely so.

Well, do you require some yet clearer proof that the soul is man?

No, I assure you: I think it is amply proved.

And if it is tolerably, though not exactly, we are content; exact knowledge will be ours later,

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