[284b] but he who speaks as he did, Euthydemus, does not say things that are.Then Euthydemus asked him: And the things which are not, surely are not?They are not.Then nowhere can the things that are not be?Nowhere.Then is it possible for anyone whatever so to deal with these things that are not as to make them be when they are nowhere?I think not, said Ctesippus.Well now, when orators speak before the people, do they do nothing?No, they do something, he replied.Then if they do,
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