XXII. Alexander of Macedon, and he that dressed his mules, when onceMeditations
Alexander of Macedon, and he that dressed his mules, when once dead both came to one. For either they were both resumed into those original rational essences from whence all things in the world are propagated; or both after one fashion were scattered into atoms.
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