“And do they repay you,” he asked, “the money that they get from you?”“Heavens, no!” he replied.“Well, do they substitute thanks for money payment?”“No, indeed, nor that either,” he said. “On the contrary, some of them have an even greater dislike of me than before they got the money.”“It is remarkable,” said Antisthenes, looking fixedly at him as though he had him in a corner, “that you can make them righteous toward others but not toward yourself.”
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