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[146c] “Certainly not.” “Then if it is neither other nor a part nor a whole in relation to itself, must it not therefore be the same with itself?” “It must.” “Well, must not that which is in another place than itself—the self being in the same place with itself—be other than itself, if it is to be in another place?” “I think so.” “Now we saw that this was the case with one, for it was in itself and in other at the same time.” “Yes, we saw that it was so.” “Then by this reasoning the one appears to be other than itself.”

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