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for the acquisition of virtue be most highly honored in Lacedaemon and make most money, if he so wishes, and in any other of the Greek states that is well governed? But do you, my friend, think he will fare better in Sicily and at Inycus? Are we to believe that, Hippias? For if you tell us to do so, we must believe it.HippiasYes, for it is not the inherited usage of the Lacedaemonians to change their laws or to educate their children differently from what is customary.SocratesWhat? For the Lacedaemonians is it the hereditary usage not to act rightly,
for the acquisition of virtue be most highly honored in Lacedaemon and make most money, if he so wishes, and in any other of the Greek states that is well governed? But do you, my friend, think he will fare better in Sicily and at Inycus? Are we to believe that, Hippias? For if you tell us to do so, we must believe it.HippiasYes, for it is not the inherited usage of the Lacedaemonians to change their laws or to educate their children differently from what is customary.SocratesWhat? For the Lacedaemonians is it the hereditary usage not to act rightly,