[296e] since I cannot hope in a general way to dispute the statement that I know everything with persons so prodigiously clever—since it is your statement—how am I to say I know certain things, Euthydemus; for instance, that good men are unjust? Come, tell me, do I know this or not?You know it certainly, he said. What? I said. That the good are not unjust.Quite so, I said: I knew that all the time; but that is not what I ask:
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