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[226a]

Stranger
Yes, and the sophist is nothing else, apparently, than the money-making class of the disputatious, argumentative, controversial, pugnacious, combative, acquisitive art, as our argument has now again stated.

Theaetetus
Certainly.

Stranger
Do you see the truth of the statement that this creature is many-sided and, as the saying is, not to be caught with one hand?

Theaetetus
Then we must catch him with both.

Stranger
Yes, we must, and must go at it with all our might,


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