[354b] He agreed that they would.Then do you call them good because they produce extreme pangs and anguish for the moment, or because later on they result in health and good bodily condition, the deliverance of cities, dominion over others, and wealth? They would assent to this, I suppose.He agreed.And are these things good for any other reason than that they end at last in pleasures and relief and riddance of pains? Or have you some other end to mention,
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