You, Lysias, must be experienced in such matters, for Publius tells me that you were the leader in all the games of Corinth.
I am now deep in Isocrates and from him I shall pass to Lysias.
Lysias obeyed, but with a faintness coming coldly upon him, but as he went there was a sad thought weighing upon his heart.
That the first speech was really written by Lysias is improbable.
"There are men with thee and in the gate, O captain," said Lysias, reverently.
And so, Phaedrus, you really imagine that I am going to improve upon the ingenuity of Lysias?
But we must remember that Lysias and the rhetorical teachers repudiated such a point of view.
But the art, as far as there is an art, of rhetoric does not lie in the direction of Lysias or Thrasymachus.
Not far had Lysias gone along the corridor when a hand withheld him and there was a whisper.
The first was Lysias, at that time but fifteen years of age.