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[47a] or the combination of those that were separate, and the concomitant juxtaposition of pains and pleasures.

Protarchus
Very true.

Socrates
And when the pleasure is the predominant element in the mixture, the slight tincture of pain tickles a man and makes him mildly impatient, or again an excessive proportion of pleasure excites him and sometimes even makes him leap for joy; it produces in him all sorts of colors, attitudes, and paintings, and even causes great amazement and foolish shouting, does it not?


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