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[92a] but a multitude of others too: some who lived before him, and others still living. Now are we to take it, according to you, that they wittingly deceived and corrupted the youth, or that they were themselves unconscious of it? Are we to conclude those who are frequently termed the wisest of mankind to have been so demented as that?

Anytus
Demented! Not they, Socrates: far rather the young men who pay them money, and still more the relations


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