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[249a] but awful and holy, devoid of mind, is fixed and immovable?

That would be a shocking admission to make, Stranger.

But shall we say that it has mind, but not life?

How can we?

But do we say that both of these exist in it, and yet go on to say that it does not possess them in a soul?

But how else can it possess them?

Then shall we say that it has mind and life and soul, but, although endowed with soul, is absolutely immovable?

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