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[191e] cannot be imprinted we forget and do not know.

Let us assume that.

Now take a man who knows the things which he sees and hears, and is considering some one of them; observe whether he may not gain a false opinion in the following manner.

In what manner?

By thinking that the things which he knows are sometimes things which he knows and sometimes things which he does not know. For we were wrong before in agreeing that this is impossible.

What do you say about it now?

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