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[11] Wealth, since it is the excellence of acquisition1 and productive of many things.

1 The excellence of anything is proportionate to its success in the performance of its proper function. The function of acquisition is to get something valuable, such as money, and its “excellence” may be judges by the amount of wealth obtained.

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