[361d] as he overlooked us in your account of his distribution.1 I like the Prometheus of your fable better than the Epimetheus; for he is of use to me, and I take Promethean thought continually for my own life when I am occupied with all these questions; so, with your consent, as I said at the beginning, I should be delighted to have your aid in the inquiry.I approve your zeal, Socrates, said Protagoras, and the way you develop your arguments;
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