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Plato, Theaetetus, section 179d (search)
So we must, as the argument in behalf of ProtagorasSee 168 B. enjoined upon us, come up closer and examine this doctrine of motion as the fundamental essence, rapping on it to see whether it rings sound or unsound. As you know, a strife has arisen about it, no mean one, either, and waged by not a few combatants.TheodorusYes, far from mean, and it is spreading far and wide all over Ionia; for the disciples of Heracleitus are supporting this doctrine very vigorously.SocratesTherefore, my dear Theodorus, we must all the more examine it