[157b] and in passing from small to great and to equal and vice versa, it is neither small nor great nor equal, neither in a process of increase, nor of diminution, nor of equality.” “Apparently not.” “All this, then, would happen to the one, if the one exists.” “Yes, certainly.”“Must we not consider what is likely to happen to the other things, if the one exists?” “We must.” “Shall we tell, then, what must happen to the things other than one, if one exists?” “Let us do so.” “Well, since they are other than the one, the other things are not the one for if they were, they would not be other than the one.” “True.”
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