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[293a] I had fallen into this perplexity, began to exclaim at the top of my voice, beseeching the two strangers as though I were calling upon the Heavenly Twins to save us, the lad and myself, from the mighty wave1 of the argument, and to give us the best of their efforts, and this done, to make plain to us what that knowledge can be of which we must get hold if we are to spend the remainder of our lives in a proper way

Crito
Well, did Euthydemus consent to propound anything for you?

Socrates
Why, certainly; and he began his discourse, my good friend, in this very lofty-minded fashion:


1 Lit. “the big wave that comes in every three.”

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