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[26d] nevertheless, since they were sealed with the seal of the more and less, they were seen to be of one class.


And the finite, again, did not contain many classes, nor were we disturbed about its natural unity.

Of course not.

No, not at all. And as to the third class, understand that I mean every offspring of these two which comes into being as a result of the measures created by the cooperation of the finite.

I understand.

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