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95%) and inside this quadrant the variableness of the phenomenon is much higher than the other scenarios.
After inviting Julius to tell his story about Dave, John digresses into a character analysis in which he describes Julius as a man with a "curiously undeveloped nature" who is subject to moods "which were almost childish in their variableness," who indeed presented "the curious psychology spectacle of a mind enslaved long after the shackles had been struck off from the limbs of its possessor.
The Biblical book of James tells how "every good gift and perfect gift" comes from "the father of light in whom is no variableness or shadow of turning".