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And if it is evil, will not one acquire loss?

I think so.

You see, then, how you are running round again to the same old point? Gain is found to be good, and loss evil.

For my part, I cannot tell what to say.

And not without good reason, sir. Now answer this further question: you say that if one acquires more than the amount one has spent, it is gain?

I do not mean, when it is evil, but if one gets more gold or silver than one has spent.

Now, I am just going to ask you about that. Tell me,

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