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[146d] the other craftsmen's arts; each and all of these are nothing else but knowledge.

You are noble and generous, my friend, for when you are asked for one thing you give many, and a variety of things instead of a simple answer.

What do you mean by that, Socrates?

Nothing, perhaps; but I will tell you what I think I mean. When you say “cobblery” you speak of nothing else than the art of making shoes, do you?

Nothing else.

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