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ἐπένευσεν: the growing perception of Protagoras that ἀνδρεία and σοφία coincide, and consequently that his position (cf. 349 d) has been completely overthrown, is admirably brought out in his increasing unwillingness to assent.

πάνυ μόγις: cf. 348 c, l. 55.

αὐτὸς πέρανον: in Gorg. 506 c Callicles says to Socrates, λέγε ᾿γαθὲ αὐτὸς καὶ πέραινε.

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