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[170b] though they excel them in nothing except knowledge. And all the world of men is, I dare say, full of people seeking teachers and rulers for themselves and the animals and for human activities, and, on the other hand, of people who consider themselves qualified to teach and qualified to rule. And in all these instances we must say that men themselves believe that wisdom and ignorance exist in the world of men, must we not?

Theodorus
Yes, we must.

Socrates
And therefore they think that wisdom is true thinking and ignorance false opinion, do they not?


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