[138c] “Because if in motion it would be either moving in place or changing; for those are the only kinds of motion.” “Yes.” “But the one, if changing to something other than itself, cannot any longer be one.” “It cannot.” “Then it is not in motion by the method of change.” “Apparently not.” “But by moving in place?” “Perhaps.” “But if the one moved in place, it would either revolve in the same spot or pass from one place to another.” “Yes, it must do so.” “And that which revolves must rest upon a center and have other parts which turn about the center;
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