[158d] straightway the parts are limited in relation to each other and to the whole, and the whole in relation to the parts.” “Undoubtedly.” “The result, then, to the things which are other than one, that from the one and the union of themselves with it there arises, as it appears, something different within themselves which gives them a limitation in relation to one another; but their own nature, when they are left to themselves, gives them no limits.” “So it appears.” “Then the things which are other than one, both as wholes and as parts, are both unlimited and partake of limitation.” “Certainly.”
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