[138d] but what possible way is there for that which has no center and no parts to revolve upon a center?” “There is none.” “But does it change its place by coming into one place at one time and another at another, and move in that way?” “Yes, if it moves at all.” “Did we not find that it could not be in anything?” “Yes.” “And is it not still more impossible for it to come into anything?” “I do not understand why.” “If anything comes into anything, it must be not yet in it, while it is still coming in, nor still entirely outside of it, if it is already coming in, must it not?” “It must.”
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