[160e] we speak of a difference in the one, not in the others.” “That is clear.” “And the non-existent one partakes of 'that' and 'some' and 'this' and 'relation to this' and 'these' and all notions of that sort; for the one could not be spoken of, nor could the things which are other than one, nor could anything in relation to the one or belonging to it be or be spoken of, if the one did not partake of the notion some or of those other notions.” “True.” “It is impossible for the one to be, if it does not exist,
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