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For I believe that the teachers who are skilled in disputation and those who are occupied with astronomy and geometry and studies of that sort1 do not injure but, on the contrary, benefit their pupils, not so much as they profess, but more than others give them credit for.

1 Compare Socrates' views, Xen. Mem. 4.7.2 ff.

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