[199b] Nevertheless I am ready, if you like, to speak the mere truth in my own way; not to rival your discourses, and so be your laughing-stock. Decide then, Phaedrus, whether you have any need of such a speech besides, and would like to hear the truth told about Love in whatsoever style of terms and phrases may chance to occur by the way.”So Phaedrus and the others bade him speak, just in any manner he himself should think fit.“Then allow me further, Phaedrus, to put some little questions to Agathon, so as to secure his agreement before I begin my speech.”
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