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CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 9 Werke, vol. iii, p. 662. 10 Werke, vol. ii, pp. 393, 398; by this is meant seeking the harm and suffering of others, without expecting to gain thereby, that is, disinterestedly. Compare a psychological explanation, vol. ii, pp. 429-430. 11 Werke, vol. ii, p. 191. Compare the lines of Theognis (83-86) to the effect that you could not find one shipload of really trustworthy and incorruptible men upon the face of the world.doi:10.1017/s0017816000007215 fatcat:inakt5kdvbfdjj5ihqje2x7m24