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The same reason, namely that it involves relationship with someone else, accounts for the view1 that Justice alone of the virtues is ‘the good of others,’ because it does what is for the advantage of another, either a ruler or an associate.

1 Put into the mouth of the sophist Thrasymachus in Plato's Plat. Rep. 343c.

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