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[159e] “True.”

“Nor are the others either themselves like and unlike the one, nor are likeness and unlikeness in them; for if they were like and unlike or had likeness and unlikeness in them, the things which are other than the one would have in them two elements opposite to one another.” “That is clear.” “But it is impossible for that to partake of two things which does not even partake of one.” “Impossible.” “The others are, then, not like nor unlike nor both.

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