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[80d] some parts of it, such as the bones and sinews and all that, are, so to speak, indestructible. Is not that true?”

“Yes.”

“But the soul, the invisible, which departs into another place which is, like itself, noble and pure and invisible, to the realm of the god of the other world in truth, to the good and wise god, whither, if God will, my soul is soon to go,—is this soul, which has such qualities and such a nature, straightway scattered and destroyed when it departs from the body, as most men say?


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