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[42a] obscures their real sizes and causes us to have false opinions; and does not this same thing happen in the case of pains and pleasures?

Yes, Socrates, even much more than in the case of sight.

Then our present conclusion is the opposite of what we said a little while ago.

To what do you refer?

A while ago these opinions, being false or true, imbued the pains and pleasures with their own condition of truth or falsehood.

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