[165e] if the many exist and the one does not.” “Very true.”“Let us, then, go back once more to the beginning and tell the consequences, if the others exist and the one does not.” “Let us do so.” “Well, the others will not be one?” “Of course not.” “Nor will they be many for if they were many, one would be contained in them. And if none of them is one, they are all nothing, so that they cannot be many.” “True.” “If one is not contained in the others, the others are neither many nor one.”
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