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Well, there is a very marked seam. For some of these imitators are simple-minded and think they know that about which they have only opinion, but the other kind because of their experience in the rough and tumble of arguments, strongly suspect and fear that they are ignorant of the things which they pretend before the public to know.

Certainly the two classes you mention both exist.

Then shall we call one the simple imitator and the other the dissembling imitator?

That is reaonable, at any rate.

And shall we say that the latter forms one class or two again?

That is your affair.

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