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[180e] “So that it is motionless, the name of which is the All,
Parmenides, line 98 (ed. Mullach)1 and all the other doctrines maintained by Melissus and Parmenides and the rest, in opposition to all these they maintain that everything is one and is stationary within itself, having no place in which to move. What shall we do with all these people, my friend? For, advancing little by little, we have unwittingly fallen between the two parties, and,

1 In its context the infinitive is necessary; but Plato may have quoted carelessly and may have used the indicative.

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