“And you, Antisthenes,” said Socrates, “what do you take pride in?”“In wealth,” he replied.Hermogenes asked him whether he had a large amount of money; he swore that he did not have even a penny.“You own a great deal of land, then?”“Well, perhaps it might prove big enough,” said he, “for Autolycus here to sand himself in.”1
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