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[430b] of the thing named?

Most assuredly.

And you agree that paintings also are imitations, though in a different way, of things?


Well then—for perhaps I do not understand, and you may be right—can both of these imitations, the paintings and the names, be assigned and applied to the things which they imitate, or not?

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