[168d] younger, and so on with everything else: whatever has its own faculty applied to itself will have also the natural quality to which its faculty was applicable, will it not? For instance, hearing is, as we say, just a hearing of sound, is it not?Yes.So if it is to hear itself, it will hear a sound of its own; for it would not hear otherwise.Most inevitably.And sight, I suppose, my excellent friend, if it is to see itself, must needs have a color; for sight
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