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[59c] on the part of our argument.

What is the solemn declaration?

That fixed and pure and true and what we call unalloyed knowledge has to do with the things which are eternally the same without change or mixture, or with that which is most akin to them; and all other things are to be regarded as secondary and inferior.

Very true.

And of the names applied to such matters, it would be fairest to give the finest names to the finest things, would it not?

That is reasonable.

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