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[201d] but that unreasoning true opinion was outside of the sphere of knowledge; and matters of which there is not a rational explanation are unknowable—yes, that is what he called them—and those of which there is are knowable.

I am glad you mentioned that. But tell us how he distinguished between the knowable and the unknowable, that we may see whether the accounts that you and I have heard agree.

But I do not know whether I can think it out; but if someone else were to make the statement of it, I think I could follow.

Listen then, while I relate it to you—“a dream for a dream.” I in turn

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