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[181e] moving in space and undergoing alteration, or one thing in both ways and another in one of the two ways only?”

By Zeus, I cannot tell! But I think they would say that everything moves in both ways.

Yes; otherwise, my friend, they will find that things in motion are also things at rest, and it will be no more correct to say that all things are in motion than that all things are at rest.

What you say is very true.

Then since they must be in motion, and since absence of motion must be impossible for anything, all things are

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