[297b] Do you find that your brother, who knows everything, has not spoken aright?I a brother of Euthydemus? quickly interposed Dionysodorus.Whereupon I said: Let me alone, good sir, till Euthydemus has taught me that I know that good men are unjust, and do not grudge me this lesson.You are running away, Socrates, said Dionysodorus; you refuse to answer.Yes, and with good reason, I said: for I am weaker than
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