by Sierra Shidner
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A problem is posed (Ex.
Can virtue be taught?).
Socrates is excited to find
someone who is "wise" enough to
Socrates finds "minor flaws" in his
companion's definition, and begins to
Socrates forces his interlocutor
to admit his ignorance.
Both men agree that they are ignorant on
the subject and agree to search for the