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[263b] Only take very good care not to imagine that you ever heard me declare flatly—

Younger Socrates

That class and part are separate from one another.

Younger Socrates
But what did you say?

That when there is a class of anything, it must necessarily be a part of the thing of which it is said to be a class; but there is no necessity that a part be also a class. Please always give this, rather than the other, as my doctrine.

Younger Socrates
I will do so.

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