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except just a few, and perhaps your guardian, Pericles.AlcibiadesYes, you know, Socrates, they say he did not get his wisdom independently, but consorted with many wise men, such as PythocleidesA musician of Ceos (who was perhaps also a Pythagorean philosopher) who taught in Athens. and AnaxagorasAn Ionian philosopher who lived in Athens c. 480-430 B.C.; and now, old as he is, he still confers with DamonAn Athenian musician and sophist. for that very purpose.SocratesWell, but did you ever find a man who was wise in anything and yet unable to make another man wise in the same things as himself? For instance, the man who taught you letters was wise himself, and also made you wise, and anyone else he wished to, did he not?AlcibiadesYes.
a music-teacher for my son—Damon, pupil of Agathocles, who is not only the most exquisitely skilled of musicians, but in every other way as profitable a companion as you could wish for young men of that age.LysimachusIt is not possible, Socrates, Nicias, and Laches, for men of my years to continue to know our juniors, because old age makes us spend most of our time at home; but if you, son of Sophroniscus, have any good advice for our friend, who belongs to your own district