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And yet, in the instance of discrimination just mentioned there was, first, the separation of worse from better, and, secondly, of like from like.

Yes, as you now express it, that is pretty clear.

Now I know no common name for the second kind of discrimination; but I do know the name of the kind which retains the better and throws away the worse.

What is it?

Every such discrimination, as I think, is universally called a sort of purification.

Yes, so it is.

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