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[117e]

Alcibiades
Yes.

Socrates
But when people think they do not know, I suppose they hand it over to others?

Alcibiades
To be sure.

Socrates
And so that kind of ignorant person makes no mistakes in life, because they entrust such matters to others?

Alcibiades
Yes.

Socrates
Who then are those who make mistakes? For, I take it, they cannot be those who know.

Alcibiades
No, indeed.

Socrates
But since it is neither those who know, nor those of the ignorant


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