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[313c] something distinct from the things spoken, sight something distinct from the things seen, and hearing something distinct from the things heard; and so law is something distinct from things loyally accepted? Is this so, or what is your view?

I find it now to be something distinct.

Then law is not things loyally accepted.

I think not.

Now what can law be? Let us consider it in this way. Suppose someone had asked us about what was stated just now:

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