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[1028a] [1] and both are connected with the remaining genus of "being," and do not indicate any objective reality. Let us therefore dismiss them, and consider the causes and principles of Being itself qua Being. [We have made it clear in our distinction of the number of senses in which each term is used that "being" has several senses.]1

1 This sentence is almost certainly a later and clumsy addition to show the connection with the following book.

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