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Theodorus
According to our yesterday's agreement, Socrates, we have come ourselves, as we were bound to do, and we bring also this man with us; he is a stranger from Elea, one of the followers of Parmenides and Zeno, and a real philosopher.

Socrates
Are you not unwittingly bringing, as Homer says, some god, and no mere stranger, Theodorus? He says


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