[103e] as it was before, and also cold.”“That is true,” said he.“The fact is,” said he, “in some such cases, that not only the abstract idea itself has a right to the same name through all time, but also something else, which is not the idea, but which always, whenever it exists, has the form of the idea. But perhaps I can make my meaning clearer by some examples. In numbers, the odd must always have the name of odd, must it not?”“Certainly.”“But is this the only thing so called (for this is what I mean to ask), or is there something else, which is not
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