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[224c] the part which has to do with the knowledge of the other arts should be called by one name, and that which has to do with virtue by another.

Of course.

The name of art-merchant would fit the one who trades in the other arts, and now do you be so good as to tell the name of him who trades in virtue.

And what other name could one give, without making a mistake, than that which is the object of our present investigation—the sophist?

No other. Come then, let us now summarize the matter by saying that sophistry has appeared a second time as that part of acquisitive art, art of exchange,

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