[312b] from your language-master, your harp-teacher, and your sports-instructor; for when you took your lessons from each of these it was not in the technical way, with a view to becoming a professional, but for education, as befits a private gentleman.I quite agree, he said it is rather this kind of learning that one gets from Protagoras.Then are you aware what you are now about to do, or is it not clear to you? I asked.To what do you refer?I mean your intention of submitting your soul
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