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[187c] or we shall be less inclined to think we know what we do not know at all; and surely even that would be a recompense not to be despised. Well, then, what do you say now? Assuming that there are two kinds of opinion, one true and the other false, do you define knowledge as the true opinion?

Yes. That now seems to me to be correct.

Is it, then, still worth while, in regard to opinion, to take up again—?

What point do you refer to?

Somehow I am troubled now and have often been troubled before,

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