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[223c] partakes of no mean art, but of a very many-sided one. And we must indeed do so, for in our previous talk it presents an appearance of being, not what we now say it is, but another class.

How so?

The acquisitive art was of two sorts, the one the division of hunting, the other that of exchange.

Yes, it was.

Now shall we say that there are two sorts of exchange, the one by gift, the other by sale?

So be it.

And we shall say further that exchange by sale is divided into two parts.

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