[281e] they are greater goods; but in themselves neither sort is of any worth.I think the case appears, he replied, to be as you suggest.Now what result do we get from our statements? Is it not precisely that, of all the other things, not one is either good or bad, but of these two, wisdom is good and ignorance bad?
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