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[144e] for Theodorus says it is like yours. Now if we each had a lyre, and he said we had tuned them to the same key, should we take his word for it without more ado, or should we inquire first whether he who said it was a musician?

Theaetetus
We should inquire.

Socrates
Then if we found that he was a musician, we should believe him, but if not, we should refuse to take his word?

Theaetetus
Yes.

Socrates
But now, if we are concerned about the likeness of our faces,


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