[299a] he said.There would be much more justice, though, he replied, in my beating yours, for being so ill-advised as to beget clever sons like you. Yet I doubt, Ctesippus went on, if your father, Euthydemus—the puppies' father—has derived much good from this wisdom of yours.Why, he has no need of much good, Ctesippus, neither he nor you.And have you no need either, yourself, Euthydemus? he asked.No, nor has any other man. Just tell me, Ctesippus,
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