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[210b] combined with true opinion could be knowledge.

Apparently not.

Are we then, my friend, still pregnant and in travail with knowledge, or have we brought forth everything?

Yes, we have, and, by Zeus, Socrates, with your help I have already said more than there was in me.

Then does our art of midwifery declare to us that all the offspring that have been born are mere wind-eggs and not worth rearing?

It does, decidedly.

If after this you ever undertake to conceive other thoughts, Theaetetus, and do conceive,

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