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[251d] let us address our present arguments to these men as well as to all those with whom we were conversing before, and let us employ the form of questions.

What are the arguments?

Shall we attribute neither being to rest and motion, nor any attribute to anything, but shall we in our discussions assume that they do not mingle and cannot participate in one another? Or shall we gather all things together, believing that they are capable of combining with one another? Or are some capable of it and others not? Which of these alternatives,

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