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[202c] his mind has the truth about it, but has no knowledge; for he who cannot give and receive a rational explanation of a thing is without knowledge of it; but when he has acquired also a rational explanation he may possibly have become all that I have said and may now be perfect in knowledge. Is that the version of the dream you have heard, or is it different?

That was it exactly.

Are you satisfied, then, and do you state it in this way, that true opinion accompanied by reason is knowledge?


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