[303a] bestow them or treat them just as you please, like the other animals?Well, Crito, here I must say I was knocked out, as it were, by the argument, and lay speechless; then Ctesippus rushed to the rescue and—Bravo, Hercules! he cried, a fine argument!Whereat Dionysodorus asked: Now, do you mean that Hercules is a bravo, or that bravo is Hercules?Ctesippus replied: Poseidon, what a frightful use of words! I give up the fight: these two are invincible.
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