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[27] for then it becomes our work. And since it is most pleasant to command, it is also pleasant to be regarded as wise1 for practical wisdom is commanding, and philosophy consists In the knowledge of many things that excite wonder. Further, since men are generally ambitious, it follows that it is also agreeable to find fault with our neighbors.

1 Both practically and speculatively or philosophically.

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