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And that which produces all these, the cause, we call the fourth, as it has been satisfactorily shown to be distinct from the others?

Yes, it is distinct.

It is, then, proper, now that we have distinguished the four, to make sure that we remember them separately by enumerating them in order.

Yes, certainly.

The first, then, I call infinite, the second limit or finite, and the third something generated by a mixture of these two. And should I be making any mistake if I called

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