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[251e] Theaetetus, should we say is their choice?

I cannot answer these questions for them.

Then why did you not answer each separately and see what the result was in each case?

A good suggestion.

And let us, if you please, assume that they say first that nothing has any power to combine with anything else. Then motion and rest will have no share in being, will they?

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