[132b] and they were imitating certain inclinations1 with their arms, bending to it and taking it most earnestly. Then I—for I was sitting beside the lover of one of the pair—nudged him with my elbow and asked him what on earth the two youngsters were so earnest about, and I said: Is it then something great and fine, in which they are so earnestly immersed?Great and fine, indeed! he replied: why, these fellows are prating about the heavenly bodies, and babbling philosophy.
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