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Anytus
And trust I never may.

Socrates
How then, my good sir, can you tell whether a thing has any good or evil in it, if you are quite without experience of it?

Anytus
Easily: the fact is, I know what these people are, whether I have experience of them or not.

Socrates
You are a wizard, perhaps, Anytus; for I really cannot see, from what you say yourself, how else you can know anything about them. But we are not inquiring now who the teachers are


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