[168a] and the other fears, but has no fear of a single dreadful thing?No, I have not, he replied.Or an opinion which is an opinion of opinions and of itself, but without any opinion such as the other opinions have?By no means.But it is apparently a science of this kind that we are assuming—one that is a science of no branch of study, but a science of itself and of the other sciences.So we are.And it is a strange thing, if it really exists? For we should not affirm as yet that it does not exist, but should still consider whether it does exist.
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