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[4] Now all those that state anything that is contrary to the general opinion or is a matter of dispute, need demonstrative proof; but those that do not, need no epilogue,1

1 Something added as a supplementary proof, the why and the wherefore; in Book 3.19 it is used for the peroration of a speech.

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