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And certainly one of these three must be true; either all things will mingle with one another, or none will do so, or some will and others will not.

Of course.

And certainly the first two were found to be impossible.


Then everybody who wishes to answer correctly will adopt the remaining one of the three possibilities.


Now since some things will commingle and others will not,

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