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[147d] in the same way as the others and the others in the same way as the one.” “What do you mean?” “I will explain. You give a particular name to a thing?” “Yes.” “Well, you can utter the same name once or more than once?” “Yes.” “And do you name that to which the name belongs when you utter it once, but not when you utter it many times? Or must you always mean the same thing when you utter the same name, whether once or repeatedly?” “The same thing, of course.” “The word other is the name of something, is it not?” “Certainly.”

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