[274a] But make sure, Euthydemus and Dionysodorus, that you spoke the truth: for the vastness of your promise gives me some excuse for disbelieving.You may be sure, Socrates, they replied, it is as we say.Then I congratulate you on your acquisition far more than I do the great king on his empire: only tell me whether you intend to exhibit this science of yours, or what you have determined to do.We are here for the very purpose, Socrates, of exhibiting
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