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[111e] and are not proficient teachers of it, in their not agreeing about it at all with themselves?

I have.

And what if we wished to know not only what men were like, but what healthy or diseased men were like? Would the many suffice to teach us?

No, indeed.

And you would have proof of their being bad teachers of that, if you saw them differing about it?

I should.

Well then, do you now find that the many agree with themselves or each other

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