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[309d]

Socrates
Nay, rather the wisest of our generation, I may tell you, if “wisest” is what you agree to call Protagoras.

Friend
Ah, what a piece of news! Protagoras come to town!

Socrates
Yes, two days ago.

Friend
And it was his company that you left just now?


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    • James A. Towle, Commentary on Plato: Protagoras, 310b
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