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[288e] and all the other arts which have to do with such matters, and those that make corks and paper and cords and enable us to manufacture composite classes of things from kinds that are not composite. We call all this, as one class, the primary and simple possession of man, and it is in no way the work of the kingly science.

Younger Socrates

And property in food and all the things which, mingling parts of themselves with parts of the body, have any function of keeping it in health,

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