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The company were vociferous in begging that he would take his place among them, and Agathon specially invited him.
Sophistry was fashionable in his youth, and Aristophanes recognized in Agathon the true companion of Euripides.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
Agaton, Agathon or Agatho, an uncertain author, L. 526 (see note).
Agathon replied: I fear that I did not understand what I was saying.
The speech of Agathon is conceived in a higher strain, and receives the real, if half-ironical, approval of Socrates.