[103a] It either goes away or loses its existence in the change.”“That,” said Cebes, “seems to me quite evident.”Then one of those present—I don't just remember who it was—said: “In Heaven's name, is not this present doctrine the exact opposite of what was fitted in our earlier discussion, that the greater is generated from the less and the less from the greater and that opposites are always generated from their opposites? But now it seems to me we are saying, this can never happen.”Socrates cocked his head on one side and listened.
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