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We must, though, if we are to maintain our previous argument; otherwise, it is all up with it.

I too, by Zeus, have my suspicions, but I don't fully understand you. Tell me how it is.

This is how it is: he who sees has acquired knowledge, we say, of that which he has seen; for it is agreed that sight and perception and knowledge are all the same.


But he who has seen and has acquired knowledge of what he saw, if he shuts his eyes, remembers it, but does not see it. Is that right?


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