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[8] As therefore with Vice, that natural to man is called simply vice, whereas the other kind1 is termed not simply vice, but vice with the qualifying epithet bestial or morbid, similarly with Unrestraint, it is clear that the bestial and morbid kinds are distinct from unrestraint proper, and that the name without qualification belongs only to that kind of unrestraint which is co-extensive with Profligacy of the human sort.

1 i.e., inhuman vice.

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