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Then tell me now, what I was just going to ask you, whether you think this rule holds for all the arts—that by the same art we must know the same things, and by a different art things that are not the same; but if the art is other, the things we know by it must be different also.

I think it is so, Socrates.

Then he who has not a particular art will be incapable of knowing aright the words or works of that art?

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