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[243c]

Theaetetus
Yes, I see.

Stranger
And perhaps our minds are in this same condition as regards being also; we may think that it is plain sailing and that we understand when the word is used, though we are in difficulties about not-being, whereas really we understand equally little of both.

Theaetetus
Perhaps.

Stranger
And we may say the same of all the subjects about which we have been speaking.

Theaetetus
Certainly.

Stranger
We will consider most of them


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