[163a] for if anything is moved in any way, in so far as it is moved it is no longer in its former condition, but in a different one.” “True.” “Then in moving, the one changes in nature.” “Yes.” “And yet when it does not move in any way, it will not change its nature in any way.” “No.” “Then in so far as the non-existent one moves, it changes, and in so far as it does not move, it does not change.” “True.” “Then the non-existent one both changes and does not change.” “So it appears.” “And must not that which changes come into a state of being other than its previous one, and perish, so far as its previous state is concerned;
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