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[147b] or any other craftsmen's. Or does anyone, do you think, understand the name of anything when he does not know what the thing is?

By no means.

Then he does not understand knowledge of shoes if he does not know knowledge.


Then he who is ignorant of knowledge does not understand cobblery or any other art.

That is true.

Then it is a ridiculous answer to the question “what is knowledge?” when we give the name of some art;

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