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Still other proofs of this might be brought out, I think; but let us not on that account lose sight of the question before us, which is: What is meant by the doctrine that the most perfect knowledge arises from the addition of rational explanation to true opinion?

No, we must not.

Now what are we intended to understand by “rational explanation”? I think it means one of three things.

What are they?

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