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[24b] preclude the possibility of any end; for if there were any end of them, the more and less would themselves be ended.

Very true.

But always, we affirm, in the hotter and colder there is the more and less.


Always, then, the argument shows that these two have no end; and being endless, they are of course infinite.

Most emphatically, Socrates.

I am glad you responded, my dear Protarchus,

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