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[104e] of the even?”


“Then the idea of the even will never be admitted by the number three.”


“Then three has no part in the even.”

“No, it has none.”

“Then the number three is uneven.”


“Now I propose to determine what things, without being the opposites of something, nevertheless refuse to admit it, as the number three, though it is not the opposite of the idea of even, nevertheless refuses to admit it, but always brings forward its opposite against it, and

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