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[234a]

Socrates
From the agora, Menexenus, or where from?

Menexenus
From the agora, Socrates, and the Council Chamber.

Socrates
And what was it took you specially to the Council Chamber? But of course it was because you deem yourself to be at the end of your education and philosophic studies, and being sufficiently versed, as you think, in these, you are minded to turn to graver matters; and you at your age, my marvellous youth, are attempting to govern us older men, lest your house


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