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[798d] to a State. The evil wrought by changes in outward forms would be of less importance; but frequent changes in matters involving moral approval and disapproval are, as I maintain, of extreme importance, and require the utmost caution.

Most certainly.

Well, then, do we still put our trust in those former statements of ours,1 in which we said that matters of rhythm and music generally are imitations of the manners of good

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