[157e] which we call a whole, a perfect unity created out of all this it is of which the part is a part.” “Certainly.” “If, then, the others have parts, they will partake of the whole and of the one.” “True.” “Then the things which are other than one must be a perfect whole which has parts.” “Yes, they must.” “And the same reasoning applies to each part for the part must partake of the one. For if each of the parts is a part,
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