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[46d] produces impatience and, later, wild excitement.

Protarchus
What you say is perfectly true.

Socrates
And such mixtures sometimes consist of equal pains and pleasures and sometimes contain more of one or the other, do they not?

Protarchus
Of course.

Socrates
In the case of the mixtures in which the pains are more than the pleasures—say the itch, which we mentioned just now, or tickling—when the burning inflammation is within and is not reached by the rubbing and scratching,


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