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Pleasures are unlike to each other, and even opposite cognitions are so likewise.
All pleasures agree in being pleasures (Sokrates had before observed to Protarchus), and all cognitions agree in being cognitions.
That would be a ludicrous position indeed (remarks Protarchus), to have his mind full of the divine Ideas or cognitions only.
No harm can come from admitting all the other cognitions, provided a man possesses the first and most perfect.
We have now to see how Plato applies it to cognitions, to which it really belongs.
Sciences or cognitions are thus classified according as they are more or less true and pure.
To draw out the series of cognitions, is to develop the series of existences.
The general formula of our cognitions will then be: A is A, or, a thing is itself.
The idea of extension is the basis of all our cognitions of bodies.
It presides over the acquisition of nearly all our cognitions.

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boondogglenoun | [boon-dog-uh l, -daw-guh l]SEE DEFINITION