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[131e] not greater, than before.”

“That,” said he, “is impossible.”

“How, then, Socrates, will other things partake of those ideas of yours, if they cannot partake of them either as parts or as wholes?”

“By Zeus,” he replied, “I think that is a very hard question to determine.”

“Well, what do you think of this?”

“Of what?”

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