“Then he said, ‘Socrates, are you insisting now that I should teach the whole art and mystery of agriculture?’“‘Yes,’ said I; ‘for maybe it is just this that makes rich men of those who understand it, and condemns the ignorant to a life of penury, for all their toil.’
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