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1 No two commentators read the same sense into this section, which is ‘little more than a series of jottings’ （ Burnet）. The version given largely follows Peters. The insertions in brackets indicate what may possibly have been in the writer's mind.
2 The relevance of this parenthesis is obscure; its meaning, in the light of other passages in Aristotle, may be that injustice is worse in the sense that it is evil per se （whereas the unjust man is evil per accidens） , but the unjust man is worse in the sense that he is productive of evil.