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[159a] “Yes.” “But opposites are as unlike as possible.” “To be sure.” “Then with regard to either one of their two affections they are like themselves and each other, but with regard to both of them together they are utterly opposed and unlike.” “Yes, that must be true.” “Therefore the others are both like and unlike themselves and one another.” “So they are.” “And they are the same as one another and also other than one another, they are both in motion and at rest, and since we have proved these cases, we can easily show that the things

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