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[247e] or to be affected even in the least degree by the slightest cause, though it be only on one occasion, has real existence. For I set up as a definition which defines being, that it is nothing else but power.

Well, since they have at the moment nothing better of their own to offer, they accept this.

Good; for perhaps later something else may occur to them and to us. As between them

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