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Well, but on my word, I was not ignorant: no, I clearly understood that I was being wronged.

So you thought you knew, even as a child, it seems, what was just and unjust.

I did; and I knew too.

At what sort of time did you discover it? For surely it was not while you thought you knew.

No, indeed.

Then when did you think you were ignorant? Consider; I believe you will fail to find such a time.

Upon my word, Socrates, I really cannot say.

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