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[98e] but if there were none, it could not?

Meno
Quite so.

Socrates
But surely we acknowledged that it had no teachers?

Meno
That is true.

Socrates
Then we acknowledged it neither was taught nor was wisdom?

Meno
Certainly.

Socrates
But yet we admitted it was a good?

Meno
Yes.

Socrates
And that which guides rightly is useful and good?

Meno
Certainly.

Socrates
And that there are only two things—


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