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[162d] “Nor surely can it turn in the same spot, for it nowhere touches the same for the same is existent, and the non-existent cannot be in any existent thing.” “No, it is impossible.” “Then the one, being non-existent, cannot turn in that in which it is not.” “No.” “And the one, whether existent or non-existent, cannot change into something other than itself; for if it changed into something other than itself, our talk would no longer be about the one, but about something else.” “Quite right.” “But if it neither changes into something else,

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