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[36a] between the affections, or not?

Let us say so.

Shall we say that he is wholly pained or wholly pleased?

No, by Zeus, but he is afflicted with a twofold pain; he suffers in body from his sensation, and in soul from expectation and longing.

How could you, Protarchus, speak of twofold pain? Is not an empty man sometimes possessed

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