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to be any the less half of one thing than double of another ?"(39)
" Not at all."
" And will objects great and small, light and heavy, be more correctly called by these names, which we ordinarily give them, than by the opposite names ?"
" No," he said, "but they will always have a claim to these and the opposite names."
" Is, then, each of the manifold instances more really than it is not that which one declares it to be ?"
" They are," he said, "like the equivoques at feasts, and the children's riddle about the eunuch throwing at the bat, with what the riddle says he hit it, and on what the bat was sitting: for the phenomena under discussion are also a riddle and admit a doubie sense, nor can one conceive of them with certainty either as being or not being, or both or neither."(40)
" Do you know, then," I said, "what to do with them, or where will you better place them than between

39. `That is to say, although, in the abstract, a double and half differ, in the concrete they may coincide; e, g. two chairs are the half of four and the double of one.' Jowett and Campbell.
40. The riddle which Plato seems to have had in mind, the scholiast tells us, runs as follows: "The story goes that a man who was not a man, seeing and not seeing a bird that was not a bird, sitting on wood and not on wood, hit it and did not hit it with a stone that was not a stone."
The bat was seated on a reed and the purblind eunuch, aiming at it with a pumice-stone, missed the mark.

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