[194e] “and there is nothing to hinder my speaking; for I shall find many other occasions for arguing with Socrates.”1“I propose first to speak of the plan most proper for my speaking, and after that to speak. Every one of the previous speakers, instead of eulogizing the god, has merely, as it seems to me, felicitated humanity on the benefits he bestows: not one of them has told us what is the nature
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