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He traces the Sophist by descending subdivision from the acquisitive genus of art.
The Sophist is a hunter of walking animals: which may be divided into two classes, wild and tame.
Again, we may find the Sophist by descending through a different string of subordinate classes from the genus — Acquisitive Art.
The application of this Elenchus is the work of the Sophist, looked at on its best side.
The Sophist is traced down, from the genus of separating or discriminating art.
There is yet another road of class-distribution which will bring us down to the Sophist.
The Sophist will reject our definition and escape, by affirming that to speak falsely is impossible.
He includes both στρατηγικὴ and φθειριστικὴ as varieties of θηρευτική, Sophist.
The Sophist traced down from the same, by a second and different descending subdivision.
He says also that the Sophist is one who maintains false propositions to be impossible.

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