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you and I, if any one shall maintain that Simonides, or Bias, or Pittacus or any other of the wise and cultured men is the author of this maxim."
" For my part at any rate," he said, "I am ready to make common cause with you in the battle."
"But do you know," said I, "who seems to me to be the author of the saying which affirms that it is just to do good to friends and harm to enemies ?"
" Who?" said he.
" I believe that it originated with Periander, or Perdiccas, or Xerxes, or Ismenias, the Theban, or some other rich man who was intoxicated by his power."
" What you say is very true," he answered.
" Be it so," said I; "but since this has been shown not to be the nature of justice, or the just, what else might one declare it to be?"

CHAPTER X.
And Thrasymachus frequently in the midst of our discussion was eager to take part in the conversation, but had been repeatedly checked by those who sat near him in their desire to hear the argument to the end; but when we had paused and I had spoken these last words, he could no longer keep silence, but gathering himself up like a wild beast he sprang at us as if to tear us in pieces. And both Polemarchus and I in our fear were panicstricken. And Thrasymachus, calling aloud to the whole company, said: "What folly, Socrates, has for a long time possessed you? And why do you play the fool with one another in making mutual concessions?

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