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[189c] the difference of our ages.

Socrates
You two, it seems, will give us no bound for complaint on the score of your not being ready to join both in advising and in inquiring.

Lysimachus
No, but the matter now rests with us, Socrates; for I venture to count you as one of us. So take my place in inquiring on behalf of the young men make out what it is that we want our friends here to tell us, and be our adviser by discussing it with them. For I find that owing to my age I forget the questions I intend to put, and also the answers I receive; and if the discussion changes in the middle, my memory goes altogether. Do you therefore discuss and elucidate our problem


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