concern?" one of the answers weshould receive would be:

surely he is a physician and a cunning diviner; and yet my master is


leaving his temple infected with mere madness and insists on following


a blind man. Is this not opposed to all good sense? It is for us,


who see clearly, to guide those who don't; whereas he clings to the

trail of a blind fellow and compels me to do the same without

answering my questions with ever a word. (To CHREMYLUS) Aye, master,

unless you tell me why we are following this unknown fellow, I will

not be silent, but I will worry and torment you, for you cannot beat

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