[147c] “That appears to be the result of our argument.”“Is it, then, also like and unlike itself and others?” “Perhaps.” “At any rate, since it was found to be other than others, the others must also be other than it.” “Of course.” “Then it is other than the others just as the others are other than it, neither more nor less?” “Certainly.” “And if neither more nor less, then in like degree?” “Yes.” “In so far as it is so affected as to be other than the others and the others are affected in the same way in relation to the one, to that degree the one will be affected
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