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[264c] for now that these points are settled, we have only to revert to our previous divisions into classes.

What divisions?

We made two classes of image-making, the likeness-making and the fantastic.1


And we said that we did not know to which of the two the sophist should be assigned.

You are right.

And in the midst of our perplexity about that, we were overwhelmed by a still greater dizziness when the doctrine appeared which challenges everybody and asserts that neither likeness nor image

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