[135b] and only a still more wonderful man can find out all these facts and teach anyone else to analyze them properly and understand them.”“I agree with you, Parmenides,” said Socrates, “for what you say is very much to my mind.”“But on the other hand,” said Parmenides, “if anyone, with his mind fixed on all these objections and others like them, denies the existence of ideas of things, and does not assume an idea under which each individual thing is classed, he will be quite at a loss,
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