Plato discusses theories of knowledge throughout his famous dialogue, the Theaetetus.
He discusses many different ways of learning and attempts to define knowledge. Plato
does this through a conversation between a few characters: Socrates, the famous
philosopher; Theodorus, an aged friend and philosopher of Socrates; and Theaetetus, a
young man who is introduced to Socrates before a discussion. One aspect of knowledge
which they review is perception. It is defined and explained by Socrates, to
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