[311c] a fee to Hippocrates, what do you consider him to be? How would you answer that?A doctor, I would say.And what would you intend to become?A doctor, he replied.And suppose you had a mind to approach Polycleitus the Argive or Pheidias the Athenian and pay them a personal fee, and somebody asked you—What is it that you consider Polycleitus or Pheidias to be, that you are minded to pay them this money? What would your answer be to that?Sculptors, I would reply. And what would you intend to become? Obviously, a sculptor.Very well then, I said; you and I will go now to Protagoras,
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