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But yet nothing hinders that which has parts from possessing the attribute of unity in all its parts and being in this way one, since it is all and whole.

Very true.

But is it not impossible for that which is in this condition to be itself absolute unity?


Why surely that which is really one must, according to right reason, be affirmed to be absolutely without parts.

Yes, it must.

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