[63e] so sometimes he has to make those who talk too much drink twice or even three times.”And Socrates said: “Never mind him. Just let him do his part and prepare to give it twice or even, if necessary, three times.”“I was pretty sure that was what you would say,” said Crito, “but he has been bothering me for a long time.”“Never mind him,” said Socrates. “I wish now to explain to you, my judges, the reason why I think a man who has really spent his life in philosophy is naturally of good courage
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