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[162c] it does not displease me, as the saying is. So I must attack the wise Theaetetus again. Tell me, Theaetetus, referring to the doctrine we have just expounded, do you not share my amazement at being suddenly exalted to an equality with the wisest man, or even god? Or do you think Protagoras's “measure” applies any less to gods than to men?

Theaetetus
By no means; and I am amazed that you ask such a question at all; for when we were discussing the meaning of the doctrine


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