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[193a] knows Theodorus and Theaetetus, but sees neither of them and has no other perception of them, he never could have the opinion within himself that Theaetetus is Theodorus. Am I right or wrong?

You are right.

Now that was the first of the cases of which I spoke.

Yes, it was.

The second is this: knowing one of you and not knowing the other, and not perceiving either of you, I never could think that the one whom I know is the one whom I do not know.


And this is the third case: not knowing and not perceiving either of you,

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