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[28e] if, when the commanders whom you chose to command me stationed me, both at Potidaea and at Amphipolis and at Delium, I remained where they stationed me, like anybody else, and ran the risk of death, but when the god gave me a station, as I believed and understood, with orders to spend my life in philosophy and in examining myself and others,


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    • Josiah Renick Smith, Xenophon: Memorabilia, 3.5
    • R. G. Bury, The Symposium of Plato, 219E
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