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[284c] but to commit errors?

Hippias
I wouldn't say so, Socrates.

Socrates
Would they, then, not act rightly in educating the young men better, but not in educating them worse?

Hippias
Yes, they would; but it is not lawful for them to give them a foreign education; for you may be sure that if anybody had ever received money there in payment for education, I should have received by far the most; they certainly enjoy hearing me and they applaud me; but, as I say, it is not the law.

Socrates
But, Hippias, do you say that law is an injury to the state,


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