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Theaetetus
You are right as right could be, Socrates.

Socrates
Shall we, then, say that false opinions exist in us?

Theaetetus
Assuredly.

Socrates
And true opinions, no doubt?

Theaetetus
And true ones also.

Socrates
Then now at last we think we have reached a valid agreement, that these two kinds of opinion incontestably exist?

Theaetetus
Most emphatically.

Socrates
Truly, Theaetetus, a garrulous man is a strange and unpleasant creature!

Theaetetus
Eh? What makes you say that?


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