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[222a]

Theaetetus
Certainly.

Stranger
Now up to that point the sophist and the angler proceed together from the starting-point of acquisitive art.

Theaetetus
I think they do.

Stranger
But they separate at the point of animal-hunting, where the one turns to the sea and rivers and lakes to hunt the animals in those.

Theaetetus
To be sure.

Stranger
But the other turns toward the land and to rivers of a different kind—rivers of wealth and youth, bounteous meadows, as it were—and he intends to coerce the creatures in them.


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