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[149d] nor have they the name of any other number.” “No.” “The one is, then, only one, and there can be no two.” “That is clear.” “There is no contact if there are no two terms.” “No, there is none.” “Then the one does not touch the others, nor the others the one, since there is no contact.” “No, certainly not.” “Thus on all these grounds the one touches and does not touch itself and the others.” “So it appears.”

“And is the one both equal and unequal to itself and the others?” “How is that?” “If the one were greater or less than the others,

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