[144e] but, as it seems, into the same number as one for existence is not wanting to the one, nor the one to existence, but being two they are equal throughout.” “That is perfectly clear.” “The one, then, split up by existence, is many and infinite in number.” “Clearly.” “Then not only the existent one is many, but the absolute one divided by existence, must be many.” “Certainly.”“And because the parts are parts of a whole, the one would be limited by the whole;
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