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[171c] will concede that neither a dog nor any casual man is a measure of anything whatsoever that he has not learned. Is not that the case?


Then since the “truth” of Protagoras is disputed by all, it would be true to nobody, neither to anyone else nor to him.

I think, Socrates, we are running my friend too hard.

But, my dear man, I do not see that we are running beyond what is right. Most likely, though, he, being older,

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