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But what of those where they do not say the same? For example, about the seer's art, on which both Homer and Hesiod say something.

Quite so.

Well then, would you, or one of the good seers, expound better what these two poets say, not only alike but differently, about the seer's art?

One of the seers.

And if you were a seer, would you not, with an ability to expound what they say in agreement, know also how to expound the points on which they differ?

Of course.

Then how is it that you are skilled in Homer,

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