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[217a] and what names they used.

What matters do you mean?

Sophist, statesman, philosopher.

What particular difficulty and what kind of difficulty in regard to them is it about which you had in mind to ask?

It is this: Did they consider all these one, or two, or, as there are three names, did they divide them into three classes and ascribe to each a class, corresponding to a single name?

I think he has no objection to talking about them. What do you say, stranger?

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