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[189d] among yourselves; and I will listen, and then with my friend Melesias I will act at once upon whatever may be your decision.

Socrates
Let us do, Nicias and Laches, as Lysimachus and Melesias bid us. Now the questions that we attempted to consider a while ago—“Who have been our teachers in this sort of training? What other persons have we made better?”—are perhaps of a kind on which we might well examine ourselves:


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