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Conversation with Plato



This is a text of a real dialog with Plato.

Question: I think that you are a wise man and could give me a good advise. I have a wonderful invention. I know how to lexically clone people, how to duplicate them even if they are dead. How can I make money on it?

Answer: I think he be wise man , think i be wise man , he obtain me , be give me his 

Original Result
[6.3% Plat_332]
    I fancy that he must be a wise man, and seeing that I am  the reverse of a wise man, he has found me out, and is going to accuse me  of corrupting his young friends
[3.8% Plat_115]
    For if I tell you that to do as you say would be a disobedience to the God,   and therefore that I cannot hold my tongue, you will not believe that I am  serious; and if I say again that daily to discourse about virtue, and of   those other things about which you hear me examining myself and others, is  the greatest good of man, and that the unexamined life is not worth living,   you are still
[2.6% Plat_115]
    Not much time will be gained, O Athenians, in return for the evil name   which you will get from the detractors of the city, who will say that you  killed Socrates, a wise man; for they will call me wise, even although I am   not wise, when they want to reproach you
[1.8% Plat_115]
    When I   do not know whether death is a good or an evil, why should I propose a  penalty which would certainly be an evil
[1.6% Plat_33]
    And I   considered that cookery, which I do not call an art, but only an  experience, was of the former class, which is concerned with pleasure, and   that the art of medicine was of the class which is concerned with the good

Question: You are dead for many years. I took your speeches and analyzed them closely. I understood what you are speaking about and how are you speaking. Now I can reconstruct your soul base on your contemplations.

Answer: Who be you

Original Result
[31.6% Plat_9]
    And who are you
[15.8% Plat_16]
    POLUS:   Very well, I am willing to answer that I may know what you mean
[9.1% Plat_16]
    POLUS:   I am asking a question
[2.4% Plat_26]
    he being a man who, if I may use the expression, may be boxed  on the ears with impunity
[0.6% Plat_26]
    But you have all the qualities in which these others are deficient, having   received an excellent education; to this many Athenians can testify

Question: I am your grandson.

Answer: Yes , i ; but what be

Original Result
[28.9% Plat_32]
    CALLICLES:   Yes, I do; but what is the inference
[10.5% Plat_26]
    he being a man who, if I may use the expression, may be boxed  on the ears with impunity
[10.5% Plat_26]
    he being a man who, if I may use the expression, may be boxed  on the ears with impunity
[10.5% Plat_26]
    he being a man who, if I may use the expression, may be boxed  on the ears with impunity
[10.5% Plat_26]
    he being a man who, if I may use the expression, may be boxed  on the ears with impunity

Question: I need to get the proof that this is you and you can talk and think. Would you ask me something that I will know that this is you?

Answer: What will you think this be

Original Result
[41.4% Plat_9]
    SOCRATES:   And what would you consider this to be
[31.1% Plat_9]
    '   And when I ask, Who are you
[31.1% Plat_16]
    POLUS:   I am asking a question of you
[22.5% Plat_26]
    And   you are my friend
[14.8% Plat_50]
    Will you not impart them to us

Question: I know that you like an order. You always were tried to build a system of understanding, the system that helps to understand everything. I know that you looked for somebody that knows. Did you find one who knows?

Answer: You order  know you do not look ; you order  know know , not - know not - know : i you style="mso-spacerun:  

Original Result
[13.4% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[11.0% Plat_16]
    POLUS:   Very well, I am willing to answer that I may know what you mean
[5.5% Plat_33]
    not--do you agree
[5.2% Plat_9]
    GORGIAS:   Yes, I know the song; but what is your drift
[3.5% Plat_50]
    What do you say

Question: Could a man know? Or a man may have only an opinion?

Answer: I  you not   : may his   he kindred , have ; only motivation   , only his when , have   he have  his have , or he have 

Original Result
[1.4% Plat_309]
    The unfairness of which I complain is that you do not  distinguish between mere disputation and dialectic:   the disputer may trip   up his opponent as often as he likes, and make fun; but the dialectician  will be in earnest, and only correct his adversary when necessary, telling   him the errors into which he has fallen through his own fault, or that of  the company which he has previously kept
[0.6% Plat_218]
    Nay, I said, ask if you will; but I am certain that you have heard style="mso-spacerun:  the answer many times, and now you either do not understand me or,  as I rather think, you are disposed to be troublesome; for you  have of been told that the idea of good is the highest knowledge, style="mso-spacerun:   and that all other things become useful and advantageous only  by their use
[0.5% Plat_16]
    And if I show an equal inability to make use of  yours, I hope that you will speak at equal length; but if I am able to   understand you, let me have the benefit of your brevity, as is only fair:   And now you may do what you please with my answer
[0.5% Plat_16]
    And if I show an equal inability to make use of  yours, I hope that you will speak at equal length; but if I am able to   understand you, let me have the benefit of your brevity, as is only fair:   And now you may do what you please with my answer
[0.2% Plat_50]
    Only this, Socrates, replied Crito:--the attendant who is to give you the   poison has been telling me, and he wants me to tell you, that you are not  to talk much, talking, he says, increases heat, and this is apt to   interfere with the action of the poison; persons who excite themselves are  sometimes obliged to take a second or even a third dose

Question: So, you see the difference between a disputer and dialectician. Is it the difference between one, who tells about abstractions, and one, who speaks about living things?

Answer: OK ...

Question: Am I right? Did I understood you?

Answer: I motivation do you  yes

Original Result
[14.0% Plat_41]
    CALLICLES:   I will do you the favour of saying 'yes
[2.4% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[2.4% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[2.4% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[2.4% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference

Question: Could we say that a disputer knows and a dialectician has opinions?

Answer: I  you not know between  : disputer may his   he kindred , have ; but dialectician motivation  , however his when , have  he have style="mso-spacerun:   his have , or he have 

Original Result
[0.5% Plat_309]
    The unfairness of which I complain is that you do not  distinguish between mere disputation and dialectic:   the disputer may trip   up his opponent as often as he likes, and make fun; but the dialectician  will be in earnest, and only correct his adversary when necessary, telling   him the errors into which he has fallen through his own fault, or that of  the company which he has previously kept

Question: So, I am coreect.

Answer: Yes , i about , be

Original Result
[50.0% Plat_218]
    Yes, I said, there is
[38.1% Plat_308]
    For I declare that the truth is as I have written, and  that each of us is a measure of existence and of non-existence
[12.3% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[12.3% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[12.3% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference

Question: I am you’re the most thankfulness student. I love you. Thank you! I think that you are a wisest man that had existed! I am your admirer!

Answer: I  , if i be 

Original Result
[8.3% Plat_274]
    THEAETETUS:   I must, if I am to keep pace with the argument
[3.0% Plat_274]
    STRANGER:   Every discernment or discrimination of that kind, as I have  observed, is called a purification
[2.5% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[2.5% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference
[2.5% Plat_308]
    You have been proved to see that which you do not see; and you have already   admitted that seeing is knowing, and that not-seeing is not-knowing:  I   leave you to draw the inference

Question: You my teacher! Have the most beautiful afterlife. Goodbye, my dear man!

Answer: OK ...



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