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[144a] odd times odd, odd times even, and even times odd.” “Yes.” “Then if that is true, do you believe any number is left out, which does not necessarily exist?” “By no means.” “Then if one exists, number must also exist.” “It must.” “But if number exists, there must be many, indeed an infinite multitude, of existences; or is not number infinite in multitude and participant of existence?” “Certainly it is.” “Then if all number partakes of existence, every part of number will partake of it?” “Yes.”

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