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All those things seem to me absurd.

And it must be conceded that motion and that which is moved exist.

Of course.

Then the result is, Theaetetus, that if there is no motion, there is no mind in anyone about anything anywhere.


And on the other hand, if we admit that all things are in flux and motion, we shall remove mind itself from the number of existing things by this theory also.

How so?

Do you think that sameness of quality or nature

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