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[51] especially, since the teachers of philosophy, however much they debate about the proper discipline of the soul (some contending that it is through disputation,1 others that it is through political discussion, others that it is through other means that their disciples are to attain to greater wisdom), yet are all agreed on this, that the well-educated man must, as the result of this training in whatever discipline, show ability to deliberate and decide.

1 See Isoc. 12.26; Isoc. 15.261; General Introduction, p. xxi.

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