[202a] “‘To be sure I do.’“‘And what is not skilled, ignorant? Have you not observed that there is something halfway between skill and ignorance?’“‘What is that?’“‘You know, of course, that to have correct opinion, if you can give no reason for it, is neither full knowledge—how can an unreasoned thing be knowledge?—nor yet ignorance; for what hits on the truth cannot be ignorance. So correct opinion, I take it, is just in that position, between understanding and ignorance.’“‘Quite true,’ I said.
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