[126c] which Socrates, Zeno, and Parmenides once had together, and that he remembers it.”“That is true,” said he.“Well,” I said, “we should like to hear it.”“There is no difficulty about that,” said he “for when he was a youth he studied it with great care though now he devotes most of his time to horses, like his grandfather Antiphon. If that is what you want, let us go to him. He has just gone home from here, and he lives close by in Melite.”
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