[134e] nor his knowledge know us or anything of our world; we do not rule the gods with our authority, nor do we know anything of the divine with our knowledge, and by the same reasoning, they likewise, being gods, are not our masters and have no knowledge of human affairs.”“But surely this,” said he, “is a most amazing argument, if it makes us deprive God of knowledge.”“And yet, Socrates,” said Parmenides,
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