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[144d] “Can the one be in many places at once and still be a whole? Consider that question.” “I am considering and I see that it is impossible.” “Then it is divided into parts, if it is not a whole; for it cannot be attached to all the parts of existence at once unless it is divided.” “I agree.” “And that which is divided into parts must certainly be as numerous as its parts.” “It must.” “Then what we said just now—that existence was divided into the greatest number of parts—was not true for it is not divided, you see, into any more parts than one,

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