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[234e] all the apparent truths in arguments will be turned topsy-turvy by the facts that have come upon them in real life. Is not this true?

Yes, at least so far as one of my age can judge. But I imagine I am one of those who are still standing at a distance.

Therefore all of us elders here will try, and are now trying, to bring you as near as possible without the sad experience. So answer this question about the sophist:

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