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[51] the conjectural, definitive, qualitative, quantitative and relative. Theodorus, also, as I have said,1 adopts the same number of general heads, whether a thing is, what it is, of what kind it is, how great it is, and to what it refers. The last he considers to be chiefly concerned with comparison, since better and worse, greater and less [p. 437] are meaningless terms unless referred to some standard.

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