[148a] “In so far as the one is other than the others and the others are other than the one, the one and the others are not in different states, but in the same state; but whatever is in the same state is like, is it not?” “Yes.” “Then in so far as the one is in the state of being other than the others, just so far everything is like all other things; for everything is other than all other things.” “So it appears.” “But the like is opposed to the unlike.” “Yes.” “And the other to the same.” “That is also true.” “But this, too, was shown, that the one is the same as the others.”
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