[302b] Yes, I said.And you admit that only those animals are yours which you are at liberty to deal with in those various ways that I mentioned just now?I admit that.Then—after a very ironical pause, as though he were pondering some great matter—he proceeded: Tell me, Socrates, have you an ancestral Zeus1?Here I suspected the discussion was approaching the point at which it eventually ended, and so I tried what desperate wriggle I could to escape from the net in which I now felt myself entangled. My answer was: I have not, Dionysodorus.What a miserable fellow you must be,
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