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[424b] of the things named and imitates their essential nature, or not?

Hermogenes
Certainly.

Socrates
Well now, let us see whether those are the only primary names, or there are others.

Hermogenes
I think there are others.

Socrates
Yes, most likely there are. Now what is the method of division with which the imitator begins his imitation? Since the imitation of the essential nature is made with letters and syllables, would not the most correct way be for us to separate the letters first,


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