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Then Socrates asked, “But what of the Court of the Areopagus, Pericles? Are not its members persons who have won approval?”


“Then do you know of any who decide the cases that come before them and perform all their other functions more honourably, more in accordance with law, with more dignity and justice?”

“I am not finding fault with the Areopagus.”

“Then you must not despair of Athenian discipline.”

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