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And if that which is opined is mistaken, must we not agree that the opinion, since it is at the moment making a mistake, is not right or rightly opining?

Of course.

And what if we see a pain or a pleasure making a mistake in respect of that by which the pain or pleasure is caused? Shall we give it the attribute of right or good or any of the words which denote excellence?

That is impossible if the pleasure is mistaken.

And certainly pleasure often seems to come to us in connection with false, not true, opinion.

Of course it does; and in such a case, Socrates,

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