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[185a] what you perceive through another; for instance, to perceive through sight what you perceive through hearing, or through hearing what you perceive through sight?

Of course I shall.

Then if you have any thought about both of these together, you would not have perception about both together either through one organ or through the other.


Now in regard to sound and color, you have, in the first place, this thought about both of them, that they both exist?


And that each is different from the other and the same as itself?

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