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[103d] “No, not at all.”

“But heat is a different thing from fire and cold differs from snow?”


“Yet I fancy you believe that snow, if (to employ the form of phrase we used before) it admits heat, will no longer be what it was, namely snow, and also warm, but will either withdraw when heat approaches it or will cease to exist.”


“And similarly fire, when cold approaches it, will either withdraw or perish. It will never succeed in admitting cold and being still fire,

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