[174b] By no means to all alike, he replied.But to which sort most? One that gives him knowledge of what thing, present, past or future? Is it that by which he knows draught-playing?Draught-playing indeed! he replied.Well, reckoning?By no means.Well, health?More likely, he said.And that science to which I refer as the most likely, I went on, gives him knowledge of what?Of good, he replied, and of evil.Vile creature! I said, you have all this time been dragging me round and round, while concealing the fact that the life according to knowledge does not make us do well and be happy, not even
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