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[193b] I could not think that he whom I do not know is someone else whom I do not know. And imagine that you have heard all the other cases again in succession, in which I could never form false opinions about you and Theodorus, either when I know or do not know both of you, or when I know one and not the other; and the same is true if we say “perceive” instead of “know.” Do you follow me?

Theaetetus
I follow you.

Socrates
Then the possibility of forming false opinion remains in the following case: when, for example, knowing you and Theodorus, and having on that block of wax


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