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[505c]

Callicles
I have no notion what you are referring to, Socrates; do ask some one else.

Socrates
Here is a fellow who cannot endure a kindness done him, or the experience in himself of what our talk is about—a correction!

Callicles
Well, and not a jot do I care, either, for anything you say; I only gave you those answers to oblige Gorgias.

Socrates
Very good. So now, what shall we do? Break off our argument midway?

Callicles
You must decide that for yourself.


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