[280e] Cleinias, for making a man happy—in the possession of these goods and using them?I think so.Shall we say, I asked, if he uses them rightly, or just as much if he does not?If rightly.Well answered, I said; for I suppose there is more mischief when a man uses anything wrongly than when he lets it alone. In the one case there is evil; in the other there is neither evil
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