[103c] can never be generated from each other.”At the same time he looked at Cebes and said: “And you—are you troubled by any of our friends' objections?”“No,” said Cebes, “not this time; though I confess that objections often do trouble me.”“Well, we are quite agreed,” said Socrates, “upon this, that an opposite can never be its own opposite.”“Entirely agreed,” said Cebes.“Now,” said he, “see if you agree with me in what follows: Is there something that you call heat and something you call cold?” “Yes.”“Are they the same as snow and fire?”
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