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Marcy L

Okay, Eric. But just to be clear: You write "Any individual/society consists of a (completely blended) rational, sensitive, and an inanimate element. (These can be blended in different proportions.)" I disagree with the parenthetical. I think that to what extent the different constituent parts are exemplified depends on the particular motions and figure of the part.

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