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[408e] and if they themselves had suffered all diseases and were not of very healthy constitution. For you see they do not treat the body by the body.1 If they did, it would not be allowable for their bodies to be or to have been in evil condition. But they treat the body with the mind—and it is not competent for a mind that is or has been evil to treat anything well.” “Right,” he said. “But a judge, mark you, my friend,

1 Cf. Gorgias 465 C-D.

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