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[26] He is confident that he will win easily; for he sees that you are over-ready to accept slanders and calumnies, while I, because of my age and my lack of experience in contests of this kind,1 shall not be able to reply to them in a manner worthy of my reputation;

1 Cf. Plat. Apol. 17d. Isocrates repeatedly echoes the defense of Socrates. See General Introd. p. xvii and Vasold, Ueber das Verhältniss der isocrateischen Rede Περὶ ἀντιδόσεως Platons Apologia Socratis.

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