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[224d] of trafficking, of merchandising, of soul-merchandising which deals in words and knowledge, and trades in virtue.

Very well.

But there is a third case: If a man settled down here in town and proposed to make his living by selling these same wares of knowledge, buying some of them and making others himself, you would, I fancy, not call him by any other name than that which you used a moment ago.

Certainly not.

Then also that part of acquisitive art which proceeds by exchange,

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