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ll preside over the appetitive part which is the massCf. on 431 A-B, Laws 689 A-B. of the soul in each of us and the most insatiate by nature of wealth. They will keep watch upon it, lest, by being filled and infected with the so-called pleasures associated with the bodyStrictly speaking, pleasure is in the mind, not in the body. Cf. Unity of Plato's Thought, n. 330.KALOUME/NWN implies the doctrine of the Gorgias 493 E, 494 C, Philebus 42 C, Phaedrus 258 E, and 583 B-584 A, that the pleasures of appetite are not pure or real. Cf. Unity of Plato's Thought, n. 152. Cf. on LEGOME/NWN431 C. and so waxing big and strong, it may not keep toCf. on 426 E, 606 B. its