[293e] Yes, you see, Socrates, he said, your own words refute you.Well, but, Euthydemus, I continued, are you not in the same plight? I assure you, so long as I had you and this dear fellow Dionysodorus to share my lot, however hard, I should have nothing to complain of. Tell me, you both know some existent things, of course, and others you do not?By no means, Socrates, said Dionysodorus.How do you mean? I asked: do you then not know anything?Oh yes, we do, he said.
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