[162c] “Of course.” “But change is motion; we agree to that?” “It is motion.” “And did we not see that the one is and is not?” “Yes.” “Then we see that it both is and is not in a given condition.” “So it appears.” “And we have seen that the non-existent one has motion, since it changes from being to not-being.” “There is not much doubt of that.” “But if it is nowhere among existing things—and it is nowhere, if it does not exist—it cannot move from any place to another.” “Of course not.” “Then its motion cannot be change of place.” “No, it cannot.”
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