[295c] some meaning in what I say?I do, I replied.Answer then to the meaning you conceive to be in my words.Well, I said, if you ask a question with a different meaning in your mind from that which I conceive, and I answer to the latter, are you content I should answer nothing to the point?For my part, he replied, I shall be content: you, however, will not, so far as I can see.Then I declare I shall not answer, I said, before I get it right.You refuse to answer, he said, to the meaning you conceive in each case,
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