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[142e] Can unity cease to be a part of being or being to be a part of unity?” “No.” “And again each of the parts possesses unity and being, and the smallest of parts is composed of these two parts, and thus by the same argument any part whatsoever has always these two parts; for always unity has being and being has unity;

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