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[260b] if we agreed that there is no mixture of anything with anything.

That is true enough; but I do not understand why we must come to an agreement about discourse just now.

Perhaps the easiest way for you to understand is by following this line of argument.

What line?

We found that not-being was one of the classes of being, permeating all being.


So the next thing is to inquire whether it mingles with opinion and speech.


If it does not mingle with them, the necessary result

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