[333c] in so acting?I should be ashamed, Socrates, he replied, to admit that, in spite of what many people say.Then shall I address my argument to them, I asked, or to you?If you please, he answered, debate first against that popular theory.It is all the same to me, I said, so long as you make answer, whether it be your own opinion or not. For although my first object is to test the argument, the result perhaps will be that both I, the questioner, and my respondent are brought to the test.
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