[143b] “Just let us see; must not the being of one be one thing and one itself another, if the one is not being, but, considered as one, partakes of being?” “Yes, that must be so.” “Then if being is one thing and one is another, one is not other than being because it is one, nor is being other than one because it is being, but they differ from each other by virtue of being other and different.” “Certainly.” “Therefore the other is neither the same as one nor as being.” “Certainly not.” “Well, then, if we make a selection among them,
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