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[522c] it is your interest that I serve thereby, gentlemen of the jury”—or to say anything else; and so I daresay any sort of thing, as luck may have it, will befall me.

Callicles
Then do you think, Socrates, that a man in such a case and with no power of standing up for himself makes a fine figure in a city?

Socrates
Yes, if he had that one resource, Callicles, which you have repeatedly admitted; if he had stood up for himself


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