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1 The Greek is difficult, and editors are of many minds. The usual meaning of λόγον ποιεῖν, “to grant a hearing,” seems impossible here. Perhaps the literal meaning is “cause speech against myself in your presence on equal terms,” i.e. give my enemies an opening to reply in the same style, which, Demosthenes hints, would be an insult to his audience.
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