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[153e] for then it would at once be in a definite position and stationary and would have no part in the process of becoming.

But what do you mean?

Let us stick close to the statement we made a moment ago, and assume that nothing exists by itself as invariably one: then it will be apparent that black or white or any other color whatsoever is the result of the impact of the eye upon the appropriate motion, and therefore that which we call color

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