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I often see the phrase "Homo hominy lupus est / Man is the wolf to (his fellow) man". But I never see the translation for the addendum, "which, (you will agree), is not very kind to the wolf". I struggle with run on sentences and suppositions. Can somebody help translate it? Thanks.
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