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[278d] is sometimes in some cases firmly grounded in the truth about every detail, and again in other cases is all at sea about everything, and somehow or other has correct opinions about some combinations, and then again is ignorant of the same things when they are transferred to the long and difficult syllables of life?

Younger Socrates
Surely we need not wonder at that.

No; for could anyone, my friend, who begins with false opinion, ever attain to even a small

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