[299d] asked some questions on Ctesippus' previous answers, saying: Well now, gold is in your opinion a good thing to have?Certainly, and—here I agree—plenty of it too, said Ctesippus.Well then, do you not think it right to have good things always and everywhere?Assuredly, he said.Then do you admit that gold is also a good?Why, I have admitted it, he replied.Then we ought always to have it, and everywhere, and above all, in oneself?
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