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“Do human beings commonly express the feelings of sympathy and aversion by their looks?”

“I think so.”

“Then cannot thus much be imitated in the eyes?”


“Do you think that the joys and sorrows of their friends produce the same expression on men's faces, whether they really care or not?”

“Oh no, of course not: they look radiant at their joys, downcast at their sorrows.”

“Then is it possible to represent these looks too?”


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