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the greatest orator of Athens (385-322); pupil of Isaeus and of Plato, 1.4.

might have been a great philosopher, 1.4.

at 18.

he prosecuted his defaulting guardian with success, 2.47.

then turned to public speaking and statecraft as a profession.

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