[127d] Pythodorus said the reading of the treatises was nearly finished when he came in himself with Parmenides and Aristoteles (the one who was afterwards one of the thirty), so they heard only a little that remained of the written works. He himself, however, had heard Zeno read them before.Socrates listened to the end, and then asked that the first thesis of the first treatise be read again. When this had been done, he said:
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