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[221c] has a name in the very likeness of the act and is called angling, which was the object of our present search.

That at all events has been made perfectly clear.

Come, then, let us use this as a pattern and try to find out what a sophist is.

By all means.

Well, then, the first question we asked was whether we must assume that the angler was just a man or was a man with an art.


Now take this man of ours, Theaetetus.

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