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Protarchus
There is likely to be a great difference.

Socrates
Then let us proceed to the contemplation of the difference between them.

Protarchus
Lead on as you think best.

Socrates
Then this is the way I lead.

Protarchus
What way?

Socrates
Do we agree that there is such a thing as false opinion and also as true opinion?

Protarchus
There is.

Socrates
And, as we were saying just now, pleasure and pain often follow them—I mean true and false opinion.

Protarchus
Certainly.

Socrates
And do not opinion and the power of forming an opinion always come to us


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