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[261c] when they had nothing to do at Troy, and you have not heard of that by Palamedes?

Phaedrus
Nor of Nestor's either, unless you are disguising Gorgias under the name of Nestor and Thrasymachus or Theodorus under that of Odysseus.

Socrates
Perhaps I am. However, never mind them; but tell me, what do the parties in a lawsuit do in court? Do they not contend in speech, or what shall we say they do?

Phaedrus
Exactly that.

Socrates
About the just and the unjust?

Phaedrus
Yes.

Socrates
Then he whose speaking is an art will make


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