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[133e] himself, his belongings, and the belongings of his belongings.

It looks like it.

And anyone who is ignorant of his belongings will be similarly ignorant, I suppose, of the belongings of others.

Quite so.

And if ignorant of others' affairs, he will be ignorant also of the affairs of states.

He must be.

Then such a man can never be a statesman.

No, indeed.

No, nor an economist either.

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