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BOOK X

CHAPTER X.
" Now, according to the same argument," I said, " unless a bodily evil produces in the soul an evil of the soul, let us never admit that the soul can be destroyed by an alien evil without the presence of its own peculiar evil, so that one thing is destroyed by the evil of another."
" That is entirely reasonable," he said.
" Then either let us prove that we do not reason well or so long as our argument is unrefuted, let us never say that the soul is in the least destroyed by fever or any other disease or by the edge of the sword, not even if you were to cut the body into the smallest pieces, unless it can be proved that by reason of these sufferings of the body, the soul itself becomes more unjust and impious. But when an alien evil exists in something else, but its own evil does not exist in it, let us allow no one to say that the soul or anything else can be destroyed."
" But, surely," he said, " no one will ever prove that the souls of the dying become more unjust on account of death."
" And if anyone," I said, " shall dare to face the argument and to say, that death makes a man more depraved and unjust, that he may not be compelled to admit that our souls are immortal, we may, I suppose, claim, if what he says is true, that injustice is as mortal as disease to its possessor and. that those infected by it are destroyed simply by its proving fatal by its own nature, the most unjust dying more quickly, the less unjust more slowly; whereas as it is, the unjust perish at the hands of others who punish them on account of their injustice."

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