[173d] according to knowledge, I grant you (for temperance, on the watch, would not suffer ignorance to foist herself in and take a hand in our labors), but that by acting according to knowledge we should do well and be happy—this is a point which as yet we are unable to make out, my dear Critias.But still, he replied, you will have some difficulty in finding any other fulfillment of welfare if you reject the rule of knowledge.Then inform me further, I said, on one more little matter. Of what is this knowledge? Do you mean of shoe-making?
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