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Most certainly.

Of our total of ten motions, which shall we most correctly adjudge to be the most powerful of all and excelling in effectiveness?

We are bound to affirm that the motion which is able to move itself excels infinitely, and that all the rest come after it.

Well said. Must we, then, alter one or two of the wrong statements we have now made?

Which do you mean?

Our statement about the tenth seems wrong.


Logically it is first in point of origin and power; and the next one is second to it,

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