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[434a] of one's own and what belongs to oneself would admittedly be justice.” “That is so.” “Consider now1 whether you agree with me. A carpenter undertaking to do the work of a cobbler or a cobbler of a carpenter or their interchange of one another's tools or honors or even the attempt of the same man to do both—the confounding of all other functions would not, think you, greatly injure a state, would it?” “Not much,” he said. “But when I fancy one who is by nature an artisan or some kind of money-maker

1 A further confirmation. For what follows cf. 421 A.

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