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[184b] about knowledge with which he is pregnant.

Yes, if that is your opinion, we ought to do so.

Consider, then, Theaetetus, this further point about what has been said. Now you answered that perception is knowledge, did you not?


If, then, anyone should ask you, “By what does a man see white and black colors and by what does he hear high and low tones?” you would, I fancy, say, “By his eyes and ears.”

Yes, I should.

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