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[81e] and inquiring. Putting my trust in its truth, I am ready to inquire with you into the nature of virtue.

Yes, Socrates, but what do you mean by saying that we do not learn, and that what we call learning is recollection? Can you instruct me that this is so?

I remarked just now, Meno, that you are a rogue and so here you are asking if I can instruct you, when I say there is no teaching

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