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[203] Men of intelligence ought not to form contrary judgements about similar things1 nor refuse to recognize a discipline which accomplishes the same results as most of the arts. For who among you does not know that most of those who have sat under the sophists have not been duped nor affected as these men claim,

1 Cf. 253; Isoc. 8.114.

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