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[184d] someone who will decide between them. Had these two agreed, we should not have required this help so much; but as it is—for Laches, you see, has voted on the opposite side to Nicias—it is as well that we should hear your view and see on which side you cast your vote.

What, Lysimachus? Are you going to join the side which gets the approval of the majority of us?

Why, what can one do, Socrates?

And you too, Melesias, would do the same?

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