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Is it what you call “one,” using two names for the same thing, or how is this?

What is their next answer, Stranger?

It is plain, Theaetetus, that he who maintains their theory will not find it the easiest thing in the world to reply to our present question or to any other.

Why not?

It is rather ridiculous to assert that two names exist when you assert that nothing exists but unity.

Of course it is.

And in general there would be no sense in accepting

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