[Grammar] a urgent question!

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sykim99

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He treats the earth and the sky as things to be bought and sold like sheep.

He treats the earth and the sky as things to buy and sell like sheep.


Do the above sentences have the same meaning?
 
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Tdol

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Yes, but it doesn't make much sense as a sentence without further context to me.
 
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