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Then will you give the same name to him who buys up knowledge and goes about from city to city exchanging his wares for money?


One part of this soul-merchandising might very properly be called the art of display, might it not? But since the other part, though no less ridiculous than the first, is nevertheless a traffic in knowledge, must we not call it by some name akin to its business?


Now of this merchandising in knowledge

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