[145c] “Yes.” “And surely the one is all its parts, neither more nor less than all.” “Certainly.” “But the whole is the one, is it not?” “Of course.” “Then if all the parts are in the whole and all the parts are the one and the one is also the whole, and all the parts are included in the whole, the one will be included in the one, and thus the one will be in itself.” “Evidently.” “But the whole is not in the parts, neither in all of them nor in any.
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