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[241c] and they are, if I may say so, infinite.

It would, apparently, be impossible to catch the sophist, if that is the case.

Well, then, shall we weaken and give up the struggle now?

No, I say; we must not do that, if we can in any way get the slightest hold of the fellow.

Will you then pardon me, and, as your words imply, be content if I somehow withdraw just for a short distance from this strong argument of his?

Of course I will.

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