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[30] And things which are more praiseworthy, since they are nobler. And in the same way things which are more highly honored,1 for honor is a sort of measure of worth; and conversely those things are greater evils, the punishment for which is greater.

1 “Things of which the prices are greater, price being a sort of worth” (Jebb).

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