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And surely we demonstrated that before we took up our present points; we proved that it was according to nature.1

Yes, of course.

Then let us recapitulate: Motion is other than the other, just as we found it to be other than the same and than rest. Is that true?


Then it is in a sense not other and also other, according to our present reasoning.


Now how about the next point? Shall we say next that motion is other than the three, but not other than the fourth,—that is, if we have agreed that the classes

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