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But such a unity consisting of many parts will not harmonize with reason.

I understand.

Then shall we agree that being is one and a whole because it has the attribute of unity, or shall we deny that being is a whole at all?

It is a hard choice that you offer me.

That is very true; for being, having in a way had unity imposed upon it, will evidently not be the same as unity, and the all will be more than one.


And further, if being is not a whole through

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