[166d] would impel me to investigate the meaning of my own words—from a fear of carelessly supposing, at any moment, that I knew something while I knew it not? And so it is now: that is what I am doing, I tell you. I am examining the argument mainly for my own sake, but also, perhaps, for that of my other intimates. Or do you not think it is for the common good, almost, of all men, that the truth about everything there is should be discovered?Yes indeed, he replied, I do, Socrates.Then take heart, I said, my admirable friend, and answer the question put to you as you deem the case to be, without caring a jot
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