[335a] so as to yield to no one in brevity of expression. So, if you are going to argue with me, employ with me the latter method, that of brevity.Socrates, he said, I have undertaken in my time many contests of speech, and if I were to do what you demand, and argue just in the way that my opponent demanded, I should not be held superior to anyone nor would Protagoras have made a name among the Greeks.Then, as I saw that he had not been quite satisfied with himself in making his former answers, and that he would not readily
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