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[88d] by the addition of wisdom or folly; and hence, by this argument, virtue being profitable must be a sort of wisdom.

I agree.

Then as to the other things, wealth and the like, that we mentioned just now as being sometimes good and sometimes harmful—are not these also made profitable or harmful by the soul according as she uses and guides them rightly or wrongly:

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