[73c] what you were going to say.”“It was this,” said he. “We agree, I suppose, that if anyone is to remember anything, he must know it at some previous time?”“Certainly,” said he.“Then do we agree to this also, that when knowledge comes in such a way, it is recollection? What I mean is this: If a man, when he has heard or seen or in any other way perceived a thing, knows not only that thing, but also has a perception of some other thing, the knowledge of which is not the same, but different, are we not right in saying that
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