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In all else I agree with them, but no man could ever persuade me that one should ever deem anything to be of greater consequence than justice;1 for I see that our laws have been made to secure it, that men of character and reputation pride themselves upon practicing it, and that it constitutes the chief concern of all well-regulated states;

1 For this Isocratean idealism cf. Isoc. 8.31-35.

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