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crates does not express his conjecture, he has already explained in 453 b, c.

σύ γε: you, at least, for your part. Cf. what has just preceded in c.

ἀλλὰ πάλιν: in what precedes Callicles has really succeeded merely in eluding the expression of any positive view.

προδίδασκε: the πρό in composition indicates the progress or going forward, which ought to attend teaching.

ἀποφοιτήσω παρὰ σοῦ: run away from your school. Cf. 456 d.

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