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Do you not regard anger, fear, yearning, mourning, love, jealousy, envy, and the like as pains of the soul and the soul only?

I do.

And shall we not find them full of ineffable pleasures? Or must I remind you of the anger?

“Which stirs a man, though very wise, to wrath,
And sweeter is than honey from the comb,


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