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[164d] But each mass of them is unlimited in number, and even if you take what seems to be the smallest bit, it suddenly changes, like something in a dream that which seemed to be one is seen to be many, and instead of very small it is seen to be very great in comparison with the minute fractions of it.” “Very true.” “Such masses of others would be others of each other, if others exist and one does not exist.” “Certainly.” “There will, then, be many masses, each of which appears to be one, but is not one, if one does not exist?” “Yes.”

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