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    How does the ‘slave boy’ argument by Plato link with innatism?
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    How does the ‘slave boy’ argument by Plato link with innatism?
    The slave boy 'knows' how to double the area of the square without being taught it. Plato uses this as evidence that the boy has innate knowledge of the Form of the square.
 
 
 
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