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[190d] anything of that sort.

Well, Socrates, I do give it up; and I agree with you in what you say.

You agree, therefore, that he who holds an opinion of both things cannot hold the opinion that one is the other.

So it seems.

But surely he who holds an opinion of one only, and not of the other at all, will never hold the opinion that one is the other.

You are right; for he would be forced to apprehend also that of which he holds no opinion.

Then neither he who holds opinion of both nor he who holds it of one can hold the opinion that a thing is something else.

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