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[16] And that, the contrary or the deprivation of which is greater, is the greater good.1 And virtue is greater than non-virtue, and vice than non-vice; for virtues and vices are ends, the others not.

1 e.g. it is worse to be blind than deaf; therefore sight is better than hearing (Schrader).

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