[165b] another end remains after the end, and in the middle are other more central middles than the middle, but smaller, because it is impossible to conceive of each one of them, since the one does not exist.” “Very true.” “So all being which is conceived by any mind must, it seems to me, be broken up into minute fractions; for it would always be conceived as a mass devoid of one.” “Certainly.” “Now anything of that sort, if seen from a distance and dimly, must appear to be one,
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