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[162e] nor turns in the same spot, nor changes its place, can it still move in any way?” “No how can it?” “But surely that which is without motion must keep still, and that which keeps still must be at rest.” “Yes, it must.” “Then the non-existent one is both at rest and in motion.” “So it appears.” “And if it is in motion, it certainly must change in its nature;

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