[301d] and after cutting up the joints to stew and roast?A caterer's, I said.Now, if one does one's proper work, he said, one will do rightly?Yes, to be sure.And is it, as you say, the caterer's proper work to cut up and skin? Did you admit this or not?I did so, I replied, but pray forgive me.It is clear then, he proceeded, that if someone slaughters the caterer and cuts him up, and then stews or roasts him, he will be doing his proper work; and if he hammers the brazier himself, and moulds the potter, he will be doing his business likewise.
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