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[143c] whether we select being and the other, or being and one, or one and the other, in each instance we select two things which may properly be called both?” “What do you mean?” “I will explain. We can speak of being?” “Yes.” “And we can also speak of one?” “Yes, that too.” “Then have we not spoken of each of them?” “Yes.” “And when I speak of being and one, do I not speak of both?” “Certainly.” “And also when I speak of being and other, or other and one, in every case I speak of each pair as both?”

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