"Cognizant of these differences, Aristotle sums up his view of sensation by adopting an example of Plato's: Sensation is like a piece of wax receiving the impress of a gold signet ring. The ring has a distinctive mark it impresses into the wax to identify an official document, even though the ring itself never leaves (for example) Alexander's hand"
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