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[411c] They think the cause of this belief is not an affection within themselves, but that the nature of things really is such that nothing is at rest or stable, but everything is flowing and moving and always full of constant motion and generation. I say this because I thought of it with reference to all these words we are now considering.

How is that, Socrates?

Perhaps you did not observe that the names we just mentioned are given under the assumption that the things named are moving and flowing and being generated.

No, I did not notice that at all.

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