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[148d] and try earnestly in every way to gain an understanding of the nature of knowledge as well as of other things.

If it is a question of earnestness, Socrates, the truth will come to light.

Well then—for you pointed out the way admirably just now—take your answer about the roots as a model, and just as you embraced them all in one class, though they were many, try to designate the many forms of knowledge by one definition.

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