[285e] hold that there is not?Well, you at any rate, he said, could not prove that you had ever heard a single person contradicting another.Is that so? he replied: well, let us hear now whether I can prove a case of it—Ctesippus contradicting Dionysodorus.Now, will you make that good?Certainly, he said.Well then, proceeded the other, each thing that is has its own description?Certainly.Then do you mean,
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