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[14c] by means of an agreement.

What principle?

The principle which gives trouble to all men, to some of them sometimes against their will.

Speak more plainly.

I mean the principle which came in our way just now; its nature is quite marvellous. For the assertions that one is many and many are one are marvellous, and it is easy to dispute with anyone who makes either of them.

You mean when a person says that I, Protarchus,

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