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[12] Therefore only an utterly senseless person can fail to know that our characters are the result of our conduct;1 but if a man knowingly acts in a way that will result in his becoming unjust, he must be said to be voluntarily unjust.

1 The words, ‘but if a man . . . unjust’ in the mss. come after 5.13, ‘unjust or dissolute.’

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