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[41] Many, however, in their passionate desire to win a reputation for eloquence are content to produce showy passages which contribute nothing to the proof of their case, while others think that their enquiry need not proceed further than that which meets the eye.

To make my meaning clearer, I will cite a [p. 31] solitary example from the controversial themes of the schools; it is neither novel nor complicated.

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