Your brother Ivan writes theological articles in joke, for some idiotic, unknown motive of his own, though he’s an atheist, and he admits it’s a fraud himself—that’s your brother Ivan.
But in my soul I have a profound contempt for the classics and all that fraud….
So what can one call it but a fraud?
Medicine’s a fraud!
While I have that money on me, he said, I am a scoundrel, not a thief, for I can always go to my insulted betrothed, and, laying down half the sum I have fraudulently appropriated, I can always say to her, ’You see, I’ve squandered half your money, and shown I am a weak and immoral man, and, if you like, a scoundrel’ (I use the prisoner’s own expressions), ’but though I am a scoundrel, I am not a thief, for if I had been a thief, I shouldn’t have brought you back this half of the…
You must admit that medicine is a fraud, Karamazov," cried Kolya warmly.
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