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[219d] all the arts, in which, Theaetetus, shall we place the art of angling?

In acquisitive art, clearly.

And are there not two classes of acquisitive art—one the class of exchange between voluntary agents by means of gifts and wages and purchases, and the other, which comprises all the rest of acquisitive art, and, since it coerces either by word or deed, might be called coercive?

It appears so, at any rate, from what you have said.

Well then, shall we not divide coercive art into two parts?

In what way?

By calling all the open part of it fighting

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