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Of course.

And that both together are two and each separately is one?

Yes, that also.

And are you able also to observe whether they are like or unlike each other?

May be.

Now through what organ do you think all this about them? For it is impossible to grasp that which is common to them both either through hearing or through sight. Here is further evidence for the point I am trying to make: if it were possible to investigate the question whether the two, sound and color, are bitter or not, you know that you will be able to tell by what faculty you will investigate it, and that is clearly

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