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διέξοδον: see on 326 a, l. 19. f.

τηλικούτων, γένοιο: Protagoras avails himself of Socrates's modesty (cf. c above) to recover his own position of superiority, as the elder of Socrates, and one who is already famous. Cf. 314 b, 316 c, 317 c, 320 c, 335 a.

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