[144b] “Existence, then, is distributed over all things, which are many, and is not wanting in any existing thing from the greatest to the smallest? Indeed, is it not absurd even to ask that question? For how can existence be wanting in any existing thing?” “It cannot by any means.” “Then it is split up into the smallest and greatest and all kinds of existences nothing else is so much divided,
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