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How? Tell me.

Assume, Protarchus, that I am questioned in turn by you.

What question do I ask?

Whether wisdom and knowledge and intellect and all the things which I said at first were good, when you asked me what is good, will not have the same fate as this argument of yours.

How is that?

It will appear that the forms of knowledge collectively are many and some of them are unlike each other; but if some of them

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