This person had a low opinion of the sophists, though he also felt compelled to engage a leading sophist in dialogue.
This person was an old man who had worked as a sophist for many years. He had been honest enough to be a sophist without any concealment.
This person was an aristocrat from Thessaly, in Greece, was a former student of philosophy, and believed in multiple ideas of virtue.
This person hated sophists and philosophers. He later led the attack and trial on a major philosopher of the time.
This friend of a philosopher defended him in his desire to limit the length of his discussions with a sophist.
This person was considering whether he should become a student of a sophist and what he would gain by doing this.
These people answered the door where a philosopher questioned them...
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