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[391d] you ought to learn from Homer and the other poets.

Why, Socrates, what does Homer say about names, and where?

In many passages; but chiefly and most admirably in those in which he distinguishes between the names by which gods and men call the same things. Do you not think he gives in those passages great and wonderful information about the correctness of names? For clearly the gods call things

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