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[204b] or that each of the two is different from the other?

I am not sure; but you tell me to answer boldly, so I take the risk and say that they are different.

Your boldness, Theaetetus, is right; but whether your answer is so remains to be seen.

Yes, certainly, we must see about that.

The whole, then, according to our present view, would differ from all?


How about this? Is there any difference between all in the plural and all in the singular? For instance, if we say one, two, three,

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