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[146c] and I think you will not wish to disobey him, nor is it right for a young person to disobey a wise man when he gives instructions about such matters. Come, speak up well and nobly. What do you think knowledge is?

Well, Socrates, I must, since you bid me. For, if I make a mistake, you are sure to set me right.

Certainly, if we can.

Well then, I think the things one might learn from Theodorus are knowledge—geometry and all the things you spoke of just now—and also cobblery and

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