' The admiration is the true nature of filsofo' ' (Scrates, Teeteto) Scrates asks for the Teodoro that indicates it a wise person to dialogue. Indicated for Teodoro, Scrates initiates its dialogue with Teeteto, and this is initiated with an argument of Scrates regarding the similarity between it and Teeteto, mentioned for Teodoro.So 6 well elaborated premises and a based conclusion, in a construction dialectic, and each premise had a commentary of Teeteto, and this characteristic if it extended all for the text. Still using itself of the same method, Scrates takes Teeteto to perceive that it does not know to differentiate wisdom knowledge. Although Teeteto to try to answer, Scrates sample that to enumerate characteristics is not to decipher the essence. Then Teeteto comments that accurate knowledge would be more easy, probable, to the step that Metaphysical knowledge are abstract, difficult to be reached, therefore it intends to give up the colloquy, attempt this interrupted by Scrates. Restarting dialogue, Scrates affirms for Teeteto that the difficulty in finding the knowledge longed for is difficult as pains of the childbirth (aluso to the maiutica). In order to compare its art, its method, with the work of the obstetricians, Scrates it elaborates then premises formed pra well that the conclusion is the intended similarity. It is perceived that in item VIII, Plato (the author of the dialogue) makes a commentary on Scrates and deuses, before in lesser intensity, but in this in marcante way.
Perhaps the Scrates has relation with accusations not to believe deuses of Atenas. Continuing the dialogue, Teeteto, interrogated again on what it is knowledge, it answers, then, that it is sensation, and Scrates elaborates arguments that affirm that such reply already she would have been given for Protgoras, but that the sensations are individual, particular. also comments on devir of Parmnides, as not being passvel to supply the accurate reply regarding the essence of knowledge.