οὐχὅτι: i.e. οὐλέγωὅτι. I do not speak of the fact that; or, in sense, although. Freq. in Plato. See on 319 d. — Nothing can ruffle Socrates's courtesy, but Plato puts into the mouth of the impetuous Alcibiades a plain and vigorous statement of what is already in the reader's mind. Prob. Alcibiades was an exception to the οίπαρόντεςἀνεθορύβησαν 334 c.
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