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And should we not say thirdly, that what was not previously could not afterwards be without becoming and having become?

Yes, I agree.

These three assumptions contend with one another in our minds when we talk about the dice, or when we say that I, who do not, at my age, either increase in size or diminish, am in the course of a year first larger than you, who are young, and afterwards smaller, when nothing has been taken from my size,

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