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Now when things are said about you, but things other are said as the same and things that are not as things that are, it appears that when such a combination is formed of verbs and nouns we have really and truly false discourse.

Yes, very truly.

Is it, then, not already plain that the three classes, thought, opinion, and fancy, all arise in our minds as both false and true?

How is it plain?

You will understand more easily if you first grap their natures

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