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Fine, at any rate, Gorgias, is the equipment for discourse that Polus seems to have got: but still he is not performing his promise to Chaerephon.

How exactly, Socrates ?

He does not seem to me to be quite answering what he is asked.

Well, will you please ask him?

No, if you yourself will be so good as to answer, why, I would far rather ask you. For I see plainly,

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