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either to themselves or to others, but setting forth from these they proceed step by step with their reasoning until at last they arrive consistently at the conclusion which was the original object of their quest."
" That," he said, "I know perfectly."
" You know, too, that while they employ visible forms and reason about them, it is not of these that they are thinking, but of other forms which these resemble; for it is the square itself with a view to which they hold their argument, and a diameter itself, but not this which they draw. 1 mean, in like manner, all sorts of forms which they represent in relief and in outline, which also have shadows and reflections in water. These the geometricians employ as images, while they are really seeking to discern the things themselves which
one can only see with the mind's eye."
" That is true," he replied.

CHAPTER XXI.
" Accordingly I spoke of this class of things as intelligible indeed, but of the soul as compelled, in the search after them, to employ hypotheses, not for the attainment of a first principle, since it is unable to step out of and above assumptions ; but it uses as images the originals which are reflected in the sphere below them, those originals, too, in comparison with their shadows and reflections, being regarded and esteemed as distinct and clear."

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