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31. οὐχ οιοί τε ἄλλοις παραδιδόναι. Plato comments on the inability of statesmen to teach their sons political sagacity in Meno, 93B ff., citing Themistocles, Aristides, Pericles and Thucydides as cases in point. Cf. Alc. I, 118E ff.

33. μὲν διδασκάλων εἴχετο. The phrase is used by Plato in the other passages where he deals with this topic: cf, below, 324D Meno, 93D and 94A.

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