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15) In George's version of the doctrine, largely based on Fortunatianus but incorporating material from other Greek and Latin sources, (16) a basic distinction is still made between ductus simplex and ductus figuratus, but the former is subdivided into ductus rectus, in which the orator states what he means without simulation, and ductus simulatus, when he argues for what he appears to be arguing for, but not for the reasons stated.