But whether the history has been “untold” or not, the problem is that it has been almost entirely “unlearned.”
For the unlearned, let him send a garland or grains of frankincense.
Then the unlearned learn, and not the wise, Cleinias, as you imagine.
unlearned ones have often been my masters in humility, and may be thine.
Then after all the wise are the learners and not the unlearned; and your last answer to Euthydemus was wrong.
For that would smack of the foolish and unlearned who suffer outward things to touch them.
It is, in substance, not something that can be learned and unlearned.
How comes it then that they are so unlearned—still, being so old scholars?
It draws within the sphere of its attraction both the scholastic and the unlearned.
The unlearned in the law naturally inquire if these are actions for slander.