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[236c] and in all imitation?

Of course.

And to the art which produces appearance, but not likeness, the most correct name we could give would be “fantastic art,” would it not?

By all means.

These, then, are the two forms of the image-making art that I meant, the likeness-making and the fantastic.

You are right.

But I was uncertain before in which of the two the sophist should be placed, and even now I cannot see clearly.

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