[78c] and composite naturally liable to be decomposed, in the same way in which it was compounded? And if anything is uncompounded is not that, if anything, naturally unlikely to be decomposed?”“I think,” said Cebes, “that is true.”“Then it is most probable that things which are always the same and unchanging are the uncompounded things and the things that are changing and never the same are the composite things?”“Yes, I think so.”“Let us then,” said he, “turn to what we were discussing before.
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