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[131b] but the things of the body, with which it is tended.

That is true.

So if knowing oneself is temperance, none of these people is temperate in respect of his art.

None, I agree.

And that is why these arts are held to be sordid, and no acquirements for a good man.

Quite so.

Then once again, whoever tends his body tends his own things, but not himself?

It looks rather like it.

But whoever tends his money tends neither himself nor

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