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3. Ἱππία τε καὶ Πρόδικε. Here and in 358Eand 359A has dropped out in the MSS. after preceding -ω. The effect of its omission would be to render the address unduly abrupt.

3. ὑμῖν. So the MSS. Sauppe's ἡμῖν is not necessary. ὑμῖν means all three sophists: and λόγος is not the discussion as a whole, but the speaking, viz. in answer (cf. δοῦναι καὶ δέξασθαι λόγον). Throughout this chapter all the sophists reply: in the next Socrates makes use of their united admissions to destroy Protagoras alone.

7. διαἰρεσιν τῶν ὀνομάτων: see note on 314C

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