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[18d] he assigned to them all a single science and called it grammar.

I understand that more clearly than the earlier statement, Protarchus, so far as the reciprocal relations of the one and the many are concerned, but I still feel the same lack as a little while ago.

Do you mean, Philebus, that you do not see what this has to do with the question?

Yes; that is what Protarchus and I have been trying to discover for a long time.

Really, have you been trying, as you say,

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