You have puzzled me much. What you said convinced me. You said: "Do as Mills, who has just phrased it so that the common reader will think common love is meant--the learned alone will know what is meant." Accordingly I read the Phaedrus & found less of a veil even than I expected-/---/ thus I was emboldened to leave it so that one sort of civilized love should be understood.-- Now you change
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