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[18e] for long time to discover it, when it was close to you all the while?

How is that?

Was not our discussion from the beginning about wisdom and pleasure and which of them is preferable?

Yes, of course.

And surely we say that each of them is one.


This, then, is precisely the question which the previous discussion puts to us: How is each of them one and many, and how is it that they are not immediately infinite, but each possesses a definite number, before the individual phenomena become infinite?

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