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[199c] which formerly annoyed us interferes? Perhaps you will agree to this; or what will you do?

I will agree.

Yes, for we have got rid of our difficulty about men not knowing that which they know; for we no longer find ourselves not possessing that which we possess, whether we are deceived about anything or not. However, another more dreadful disaster seems to be coming in sight.

What disaster?

If the interchange of kinds of knowledge should ever turn out to be false opinion.

How so?

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