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[355b] as do not appear to you likely to turn your minds covetously to money-making and wealth; but rather—since there are three objects, the soul, the body, and money besides,—accept such laws as cause the virtue of the soul to be held first in honor, that of the body second, subordinate to that of the soul, and the honor paid to money to come third and last, in subjection to both the body and the soul.1 The ordinance which effects this

1 For this classification of “goods” cf. Plat. Gorg. 477c; Plat. Laws 697b, Plat. Laws 726a ff.

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