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[257c] whichever you prefer to take first.

That is the thing to do, Theodorus, since we have once begun, and we must not stop until we have finished with them. But what shall I do about Theaetetus here?

In what respect?

Shall we give him a rest and take his schoolmate here, the young Socrates, in his place? What is your advice?

Make the change as you suggest. They are young, and if they have a chance to rest by turns, they will bear any labor better.

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