[107b] and I have such a poor opinion of human weakness, that I cannot help having some doubt in my own mind about what has been said.”“Not only that, Simmias,” said Socrates, “but our first assumptions ought to be more carefully examined, even though they seem to you to be certain. And if you analyze them completely, you will, I think, follow and agree with the argument, so far as it is possible for man to do so. And if this is made clear, you will seek no farther.”“That is true,” he said.“But my friends,” he said, “we ought to bear in mind,
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