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“Does everyone find Chaerophon as disagreeable as you do, Chaerecrates, or do some people think him very pleasant?”

“Ah, Socrates,” replied he, “this is precisely my reason for hating him: he is pleasant enough to other people, but whenever he is near me, he invariably says and does more to hurt than to help me.”

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