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[204c] four, five, six, or twice three, or three times two, or four and two, or three and two and one, are we in all these forms speaking of the same or of different numbers?

Theaetetus
Of the same.

Socrates
That is, of six?

Theaetetus
Yes.

Socrates
Then in each form of speech we have spoken of all the six?

Theaetetus
Yes.

Socrates
And again do we not speak of one thing when we speak of them all?

Theaetetus
Assuredly.

Socrates
That is, of six?

Theaetetus
Yes.


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