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[162d] that whatever appears to each one really is to him, I thought it was good; but now it has suddenly changed to the opposite.

You are young, my dear boy; so you are quickly moved and swayed by popular oratory. For in reply to what I have said, Protagoras, or someone speaking for him, will say, “Excellent boys and old men, there you sit together declaiming to the people, and you bring in the gods, the question of whose

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