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[147e] “Then when you utter it, whether once or many times, you apply it to nothing else, and you name nothing else, than that of which it is the name.” “Assuredly.” “Now when we say that the others are other than the one, and the one is other than the others, though we use the word other twice, we do not for all that apply it to anything else, but we always apply it to that nature of which it is the name.” “Certainly.”

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