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This, then, is the first of the points which I wish to make clear. Note that one may perceive or not perceive that which one knows.

That is true.

So, too, with that which he does not know—he may often not even perceive it, and often he may merely perceive it?

That too is possible.

See if you follow me better now. If Socrates

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