[132a] “I fancy your reason for believing that each idea is one is something like this; when there is a number of things which seem to you to be great, you may think, as you look at them all, that there is one and the same idea in them, and hence you think the great is one.”“That is true,” he said.“But if with your mind's eye you regard the absolute great and these many great things in the same way, will not another great appear beyond, by which all these must appear to be great?”“So it seems.”“That is, another idea of greatness will appear, in addition to absolute greatness and the objects which partake of it;
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