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[4] For just as the continuous speech is the predominant weapon in general questions of quality (where the inquiry is as to whether an act was right or wrong), and as a rule is adequate to clear up questions of definition and almost all those in which the facts are ascertained or inferred by conjecture1 from artificial proof,2 so on the other hand those cases, which are the most frequent of all and depend on proofs which are either entirely inartificial3

1 See III. vi.

2 See V. i.

3 See

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