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[251a] If, however, we are able to see neither of them, we will at any rate push our discussion through between both of them at once as creditably as we can.


Let us, then, explain how we come to be constantly calling this same thing by many names.

What, for instance? Please give an example.

We speak of man, you know, and give him many additional designations; we attribute to him colors and forms and sizes and vices and virtues,

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