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[218a] Theaetetus I accept him most willingly as interlocutor in view of my previous conversation with him and of your present recommendation.

But, stranger, by taking this course and following Socrates's suggestion will you please the others too?

I am afraid there is nothing more to be said about that, Theaetetus; but from now on, my talk will, I fancy, be addressed to you. And if you get tired and are bored by the length of the talk, do not blame me, but these friends of yours.

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