But Plato is, of course, aware to all this. He is merely following Thrasymachus' rule of "in the precise sense" or "speaking precisely". Consistently following that rule, then, any benefit (no matter of what type) that accompanies a craft must be treated as a separate art, e.g. the art of growing in goodness or the art of fulfilling one's vocation in life. But, again, none of these further arts that accompanies a craft need exist independently of the craft it accompanies.


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