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[247d] that is enough. They will then have to tell what is which is inherent in the incorporeal and the corporeal alike, and which they have in mind when they say that both exit. Perhaps they would be at a loss for an answer; and if they are in that condition, consider whether they might not accept a suggestion if we offered it, and might not agree that the nature of being is as follows.

What is it? Speak, and we shall soon know.

I suggest that everything which possesses any power of any kind, eithr to produce a change in anything of any nature

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