[295a] Now, to us the thing seemed incredible: then Euthydemus said: You do not believe it, Socrates?I will only say, I replied, that you must indeed be clever.Why, he said, if you will consent to answer me, I will propound that you too admit these surprising facts.Oh, I am only too glad, I replied, to be refuted in the matter. For if I am not aware of my own cleverness, and you are going to show me that I know everything always, what greater stroke of luck than this could befall me in all my living days?Then answer me, he said.Ask: I am ready to answer.
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