[146a] and not passing out from this, it is in the same, namely in itself.” “It is.” “But that which is always in the same, must always be at rest.” “Certainly.” “Well, then, must not, on the contrary, that which is always in other be never in the same, and being never in the same be not at rest, and being not at rest be in motion?” “True.” “Then the one, being always in itself and in other, must always be in motion and at rest.” “That is clear.”“And again, it must be the same with itself and other than itself,
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