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Theaetetus
Yes, I do.

Stranger
And in granting that they exist, do you mean to say that both and each are in motion?

Theaetetus
By no means.

Stranger
But do you mean that they are at rest, when you say that both exist?

Theaetetus
Of course not.

Stranger
Being, then, you consider to be something else in the soul, a third in addition to these two, inasmuch as you think rest and motion are embraced by it; and since you comprehend and observe that they participate in existence, you therefore said that they are. Eh?


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