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[193d] and thus make a mistake; it is in such cases, then, that interchanged opinion occurs and the forming of false opinion arises.

I think it does, Socrates. You describe what happens to opinion marvelously well.

There is still the further case, when, knowing both of you, I perceive one in addition to knowing him, but do not perceive the other, and the knowledge which I have of that other is not in accord with my perception. This is the case I described in this way before, and at that time you did not understand me.

No, I did not.

This is what I meant, that if anyone knows

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