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Plato, Cratylus, section 429e (search)
but not to say it?CratylusNeither to speak nor to say it.SocratesNor utter it or use it as a form of address? For instance, if some one should meet you in hospitable fashion, should grasp your hand and say, “Well met, my friend from Athens, son of Smicrion, Hermogenes,” would he be saying or speaking or uttering or addressing these words not to you, but to Hermogenes—or to nobody?CratylusI think, Socrates, the man would be producing sounds without sense.SocratesEven that reply is wel
Plato, Statesman, section 294d (search)
We must ask the reason for this.Younger SocratesYes, of course.StrangerWell, there are here at Athens, as in other cities, classes for practice in athletics to prepare for contests in running or the like, are there not?Younger SocratesYes, a great many of them.StrangerNow let us recall to mind the orders given by the professional trainers when they are in charge of such classes.Younger SocratesWhat do you mean?StrangerThey think they cannot go into details in individual cases and order what is best for each personÕs physique;