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time on unnecessary as on necessary pleasures. But if he is fortunate, and does not run riot without restraint, but when, owing in a measure also to the influence of advancing years, the tumult of passion is mostly over, supposing he then readmits some of the banished virtues, and does nqt wholly surrender himself to their successors, in that case he establishes a sort of equality between his pleasures, and yields the government of his soul to the first one that offers, and, as it were, wins the lot until he is sated with that, and then succumbs to another, despising none of them, but cherishing them all alike."
" You are right."
" Yes," said I, " and he does not accept or admit into his castle any word of sound advice; if any one tells him that some pleasures follow the lead of good and noble desires, and others are the fruits of ignoble desires, and that he ought to pursue and honor some, but to chastise and subdue the others -by way of reply to these admonitions he shakes his head, and declares that pleasures are all alike and deserve to be equally respected."
" Indeed," he replied, "such a person certainly conducts himself in that way."
" Thus then," I said, "be continues to live from day to day, indulging the passion that first assails him. To-day he drinks deep and delights in the music of the flute; to-morrow he is a water-drinker and mortifies the flesh; now he is active in athletics, again he is idle neglecting everything, and then living as if he were a student of philosophy. Often

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