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[261d] the same thing appear to the same persons at one time just and at another, if he wishes, unjust?

Phaedrus
Certainly.

Socrates
And in political speaking he will make the same things seem to the State at one time good and at another the opposite?

Phaedrus
Just so.

Socrates
Do we not know that the Eleatic Palamedes (Zeno) has such an art of speaking that the same things appear to his hearers to be alike and unlike, one and many, stationary and in motion?

Phaedrus
Certainly.

Socrates
Then the art of contention in speech


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