[132b] and another again in addition to these, by reason of which they are all great; and each of your ideas will no longer be one, but their number will be infinite.”“But, Parmenides,” said Socrates, “each of these ideas may be only a thought, which can exist only in our minds then each might be one, without being exposed to the consequences you have just mentioned.”“But,” he said, “is each thought one, but a thought of nothing?”“That is impossible,” he replied.“But of something?”“Yes.”
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