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[180c] but to invite us to be your advisers for the education of your boys, and not to invite Socrates here, is to me very strange, when, to begin with, he is of your district, and then he is always spending his time wherever there is any such excellent study or pursuit for young men as you are seeking.

How do you mean, Laches? Has Socrates here given his attention to anything of this sort?

To be sure he has, Lysimachus.

I too might perhaps be in as good a position as Laches to inform you about that; for quite recently he introduced to myself

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