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[9] Nor is it only the paraphrase of the works of others that we shall find of advantage: much may [p. 119] be gained from paraphrasing our own words in a number of different ways: for instance, we may specially select certain thoughts and recast them in the greatest variety of forms, just as a sculptor will fashion a number of different images from the same piece of wax.

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