[90d] because he has met with some of those arguments which seem to be sometimes true and sometimes false, should then not blame himself or his own lack of skill, but should end, in his vexation, by throwing the blame gladly upon the arguments and should hate and revile them all the rest of his life, and be deprived of the truth and knowledge of reality.”“Yes, by Zeus,” I said, “it would be sad.”“First, then,” said he, “let us be on our guard against this,
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