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[92d] whose lessons would make Meno wicked; let us grant, if you will, that they are the sophists: I only ask you to tell us, and do Meno a service as a friend of your family by letting him know, to whom in all this great city he should apply in order to become eminent in the virtue which I described just now.

Anytus
Why not tell him yourself?

Socrates
I did mention to him the men whom I supposed to be teachers of these things; but I find, from what you say, that I am quite off the track,


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