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[38d] beside the rock under a tree?” Do you not think a man might ask himself such a question if he saw such objects presented to his view?

To be sure.

And after that our gazer might reply to himself correctly “It is a man”?


Or, again, perhaps he might be misled into the belief that it was a work of some shepherds, and then he would call the thing which he saw an image.

Yes, indeed.

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