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Does it not result from this that the not-beautiful is a distinct part of some one class of being and also, again, opposed to some class of being?


Then, apparently, it follows that the not-beautiful is a contrast of being with being.

Quite right.

Can we, then, in that case, say that the beautiful is more and the not-beautiful less a part of being?

Not at all.

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