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become depraved in being made like to one another: but the Friendship of the good is good, growing with their intercourse; they improve also, as it seems, by repeated acts, and by mutual correction, for they receive impress from one another in the points which give them pleasure; whence says the poet,
"Thou from the good, good things shalt surely learn."
Here then we will terminate our discourse of Friendship. The next thing is to go into the subject of Pleasure.