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In his two works, Contradictory Discussion or Antilogies and Art of Discussion, Protagoras approaches his own maxim by means of two theses:
(23) Compare against Plato's report at Sophist 232d (cited earlier) that Protagoras composed antilogies against 'all technai in general and each techne specifically'.
Clauberg's answer was simple: conciliation, that is, to attempt the resolution of contradictions between isolated philosophical theses taken from various contexts and enunciated in form of antilogies in order to answer an initial question.
Protagoras himself, according to Diogenes, was the author of the Antilogies of Contradictory Arguments.