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Chapter XXII.
OF THE ESSENCE AND NATURE OF TIME.

PLATO says that the heavenly motion is time. Most of the Stoics affirm that motion itself is time. Most philosophers think that time had no beginning; Plato, that time had only an ideal beginning.

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