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[166a] “No.” “And they do not even appear to be one or many.” “Why is that?” “Because the others have no communion in any way whatsoever with anything which is non-existent, and nothing that is non-existent pertains to any of the others, for things that are non-existent have no parts.” “True.” “Nor is there any opinion or appearance of the non-existent in connection with the others, nor is the non-existent conceived of in any way whatsoever as related to the others.” “No.” “Then if one does not exist,

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