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[71d] remind me therefore how he expressed it; or if you like, make your own statement, for I expect you share his views.

Meno
I do.

Socrates
Then let us pass him over, since in fact he is not present, and do you tell me, in heaven's name, what is your own account of virtue. Speak out frankly, that I may find myself the victim of a most fortunate falsehood, if you and Gorgias prove to have knowledge of it, while I have said that I never yet came across anyone who had.


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