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11-14. In another conversation Socrates refutes Antiphon when he charges him with folly in teaching without compensation.

11. οὐδ᾽ ὁπωστιοῦν: ne tantillum quidem. For -οῦν, cf. i.1.14.

τοῦτο γιγνώσκειν: to be aware of this.

οὐδένα: for the double acc. with πράττῃ, see on i.2.5.

τῆς συνουσίας: gen. of ‘the thing bought,’ by analogy to the gen. of price. G. 1134; H. 746 c.

ὧν: for the ‘assimilation’ of the rel. to the case of its omitted antec., see on i.2.21.

μὴ ὅτι: “not to say,” “let me not say that,” with ellipsis of the verb of saying. Cf. on οὐχ ὅτι ii. 9. 8. G. 1504; H. 1035 a.

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