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Chapter Three: Philological Analysis

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The preserved text of the Debate contains four interchanges between its two characters, the Man and his Soul. The missing beginning had perhaps three more sections, including an introductory passage that was probably spoken by the Man. This chapter explains the division of the text that starts with an Introduction and ends with a Colophon. It provides a hieroglyphic transcription, transliteration, and relatively literal translation of each of these sections, with philological commentary.

Keywords:Debate; Man; Soul

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