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[38a] we call the opinion false; but nobody would ever call the actual pleasure false.

You are an eager advocate of the case of pleasure just now, Protarchus.

Oh no, I merely say what I hear.

Is there no difference, my friend, between the pleasure which is connected with right opinion and knowledge and that which often comes to each of us with falsehood and ignorance?

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