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[17] In such a frame of mind men attempt to do wrong, and the objects of their wrongdoing are men and circumstances of the following kind.1 Those who possess what they themselves lack, things either necessary, or superfluous, or enjoyable;

1 With a comma or colon after τὰ τοιαῦτα; without these render: “those who possess such things as they . . .”

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