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[26] All these statements occur in the Gorgias and are uttered by Socrates who appears to be the [p. 313] mouthpiece of the views held by Plato. But some of his dialogues were composed merely to refute his opponents and are styled refutative, while others are for the purpose of teaching and are called doctrinal.

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