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[184e] through the other organs, and whether you will be able, if asked, to refer all such activities to the body. But perhaps it is better that you make the statement in answer to a question than that I should take all the trouble for you. So tell me: do you not think that all the organs through which you perceive hot and hard and light and sweet are parts of the body? Or are they parts of something else?

Theaetetus
Of nothing else.

Socrates
And will you also be ready to agree that it is impossible to perceive through one sense


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