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[164a] “That is plain.” “Then neither greatness nor smallness nor equality pertains to it.” “No.” “Nor likeness nor difference, either in relation to itself or to other things.” “Clearly not.” “And can other things pertain to it, if nothing pertains to it?” “Impossible.” “Then the other things are neither like it nor unlike it, nor the same nor different.” “No.” “Well, then, will the notions 'of that' or 'to that' or 'some,' or 'this' or 'of this'

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