†††† Socrates was notorious for his use of irony. At least, it seemed to those who heard him that his words of praise for Euthyphro, Protagoras, etc., were actually subtle criticisms, especially since his complimentary words regularly served as a prelude to the dialectical demolition of the person he professed to admire.
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