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How can he, Socrates?

Then knowledge is not in the sensations, but in the process of reasoning about them; for it is possible, apparently, to apprehend being and truth by reasoning, but not by sensation.

So it seems.

Then will you call the two by the same name, when there are so great differences between them?

No, that would certainly not be right.

What name will you give, then, to the one which includes seeing, hearing, smelling, being cold, and being hot?

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