[316b] and I said: Protagoras, you see we have come to you, Hippocrates and I.Is it your wish, he asked, to converse with me alone, or in company with others?It is all the same to us, I replied: let me first tell you our object in coming, and then you must decide.Well, what is your object? he asked.My friend Hippocrates is a native of the city, a son of Apollodorus and one of a great and prosperous family, while his own natural powers seem to make him a match for anyone of his age.
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