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[187a]

Socrates
But surely we did not begin our conversation in order to find out what knowledge is not, but what it is. However, we have progressed so far, at least, as not to seek for knowledge in perception at all, but in some function of the soul, whatever name is given to it when it alone and by itself is engaged directly with realities.

Theaetetus
That, Socrates, is, I suppose, called having opinion.

Socrates
You suppose rightly, my friend. Now begin again


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