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Now when this arises in the soul silently by way of thought, can you give it any other name than opinion?

Certainly not.

And when such a condition is brought about in anyone, not independently, but through sensation, can it properly be called anything but seeming, or fancy?


Then since speech, as we found, is true and false, and we saw that thought is conversation of the soul with itself, and opinion is the final result of thought,

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