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Then, to quote Euripides,1 the result is, Alcibiades, that you may be said to have “heard it from yourself, not me,
Eur. Hipp. 352 and it is not I who say it, but you, and you tax me with it in vain. And indeed what you say is quite true. For it is a mad scheme this, that you meditate, my excellent friend—of teaching things that you do not know, since you have taken no care to learn them.

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