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[963d] and the other two likewise, as though they were really not a plurality, but solely this one thing—virtue.

Very true.

Now it is not hard to explain wherein these two (and the rest) differ from one another, and how they have got two names; but to explain why we have given the one name “virtue” to both of them (and to the rest) is no longer an easy matter.

How do you mean?

It is not hard to make clear my meaning. Let one of us adopt the role of questioner, the other of answerer.1

In what way?

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