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[38c] from memory and perception?

Protarchus
Certainly.

Socrates
Do we, then, believe that our relation to these faculties is somewhat as follows?

Protarchus
How?

Socrates
Would you say that often when a man sees things at a distance and not very clearly, he wishes to distinguish between the things which he sees?

Protarchus
Yes, I should say so.

Socrates
Next, then, would he not ask himself—

Protarchus
What?

Socrates
“What is that which is visible standing


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