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Well, of disputation, one sort wastes money, the other makes money.


Then let us try to tell the name by which we must call each of these.

Yes, we must do so.

Presumably the kind which causes a man to neglect his own affairs for the pleasure of engaging in it, but the style of which causes no pleasure to most of his hearers, is, in my opinion, called by no other name than garrulity.

Yes, that is about what it is called.

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