[131a] as, for instance, those that partake of likeness become like, those that partake of greatness great, those that partake of beauty and justice just and beautiful?”“Certainly,” said Socrates.“Well then, does each participant object partake of the whole idea, or of a part of it? Or could there be some other third kind of participation?”“How could there be?” said he.“Do you think the whole idea, being one, is in each of the many participants, or what?”“Yes, for what prevents it from being in them, Parmenides?” said Socrates.
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