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[134d] “Then will it be possible for God to know human things, if he has absolute knowledge?”

“Why not?”

“Because,” said Parmenides, “we have agreed that those ideas are not relative to our world, nor our world to them, but each only to themselves.”

“Yes, we have agreed to that.”

“Then if this most perfect mastership and this most accurate knowledge are with God, his mastership can never rule us,


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